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[rey-dee-oh-man] /ˈreɪ di oʊˌmæn/
noun, plural radiomen.
a person who operates a radio.
Origin of radioman
1920-25; radio + man1 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • If Im to work with radio, I may be sent up as a radioman for a bomber.

  • Ilg the radioman had sent the final message to the Grom planet.

    Keep Your Shape Robert Sheckley
  • The radioman looked at the Commander, questioningly, but he only shook his head.

  • He would have to assume that the radioman was dead, or captured by the Men.

    Keep Your Shape Robert Sheckley
  • First of all, the radioman was caught with all of his equipment.

    A Yankee Flier with the R.A.F. Rutherford G. Montgomery
  • Behind the corporal and the recruit, the radioman was talking softly to the pits.

    Sonny Rick Raphael
  • And then the pilot, navigator, and radioman of the Moscow-bound bomber reported at the Commandant's office.

  • "We only see four of your personal-armors," the radioman said.

    Uller Uprising Henry Beam Piper, John D. Clark and John F. Carr
  • Colonel Towers was pacing back and forth in front of the radioman.

    The Quantum Jump Robert Wicks
  • And still the radioman waited alertly for a flicker of life from the solemn giant.

    Derelict Alan Edward Nourse

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