warehouseman

[wair-hous-muhn]
noun, plural warehousemen.
1.
a person who stores goods for others for pay.
2.
a person who is employed in or who manages a warehouse.

Origin:
1625–35; warehouse + -man

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warehouseman (ˈwɛəˌhaʊsmən)
 
n , pl -men
a person who manages, is employed in, or owns a warehouse

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Example sentences
Agencies are responsible for supplying all their own non-export grain, non-export commodity, and warehouseman certificates.
Upon cancellation of a receipt, the original shall be retained in the warehouseman's files attached to its duplicate.
The public mover and/or warehouseman you have engaged is required by law to provide this brochure to you.
Every warehouseman's original application for a public warehouse license must be accompanied by a fifty dollar application fee.
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