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lobsterman

[lob-ster-muh n] /ˈlɒb stər mən/
noun, plural lobstermen.
1.
a person who traps lobsters.
Origin
1880-1885
1880-85; lobster + -man
Usage note
See -man.
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  • 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.
  • Understanding and preventing lobsterman entanglement: a preliminary survey.

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