lobsterman

[lob-ster-muhn]
noun, plural lobstermen.
a person who traps lobsters.

Origin:
1880–85; lobster + -man


See -man.
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Example sentences
Only in one case a lobsterman did not read the instructions carefully and
  missed the preprogrammed deployment window.
Now a marine surveyor and appraiser, he's also been a fisherman, a lobsterman
  and an operator of ferries and charter boats.
It excludes buildings that are not used exclusively by the lobsterman for
  commercial lobstering.
It excludes buildings the lobsterman does not use exclusively for commercial
  lobstering.
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