a man who bartends; bartender.
There were pink and white sofas, a barman mixing special pink cocktails, a four-tier cake and photos of me as a baby.
Vroom Vroom; British Heiress Tamara Ecclestone Post Naked Picture At 39 Weeks Pregnant Tom Sykes March 9, 2014
I ordered a beer from the barman, a dashing kid in his early twenties with a shaved head.
My Parents’ Brothel Douglas Rogers December 5, 2009
Scratcher looked moodily at the barman, ordered a glass of beer and turned to Bindle.
Adventures of Bindle Herbert George Jenkins
What I’ve got to say to Mrs. Eustace don’t concern you, nor Jim the barman.
The Rider of Waroona Firth Scott
Just one week after the appearance of this pair I stood talking to the Irish barman, when I saw him start and pale.
Unicorns James Huneker
Davy answered him not, but with a growl ordered the barman to refill his glass.
Camp Fire Yarns of the Lost Legion G. Hamilton-Browne
The barman set down a glass quickly and hurried over, bobbing his head obsequiously.
But, I Don’t Think Gordon Randall Garrett
“Go get him, tiger,” the barman said, giving her hand a squeeze.
Makers Cory Doctorow
“Not with that blinking thing going off behind me,” said the barman, craning over the blind.
The Invisible Man H. G. Wells
“Lend me a thousand pounds till to-morrow,” said the barman.
The Strand Magazine, Volume XXVII, Issue 160, April, 1904 Various
noun (pl) -men
a man who serves in a pub
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