Definition of milkman in English:

milkman

noun

  • A man who delivers and sells milk.

    • ‘He had to get up at a ridiculously early hour, before the birds would start their morning song and before the milkman would deliver his pints.’
    • ‘The plaintiff was a 13-year-old child who had been employed by a milkman to help deliver milk from a van.’
    • ‘I often wonder how postmen, milkmen, window cleaners etc., cope with a call to nature.’
    • ‘As long as you don't steal milk from the same house too often the milkman will probably get the blame for not delivering it.’
    • ‘Your daily milk printout from your milkman is your eyes, ears and feet of your grassland management and feeding regime.’
    • ‘The milkman had been delivering and to his horror returned to see the float hurtling down the hill.’
    • ‘Back then, the milkman wouldn't deliver the milk unless it was paid for in advance.’
    • ‘One milkman took to delivering his milk at night because the snow had been trampled flat.’
    • ‘Mr Smith is a milkman who was delivering to the premises.’
    • ‘The alarm was raised by two milkmen, who were out delivering milk in London Road when they spotted the fire.’
    • ‘For years the milkman and postie kept an eye out for the most vulnerable residents on their rounds.’
    • ‘A milkman carrying two cans of milk on a motor cycle lost balance and fell on his side on a flooded road.’
    • ‘Particularly, the milkmen are able to impress upon the customers that the milk they bring is from a single cow or buffalo.’
    • ‘They buy oranges and squeeze them to fill containers with juice, which they then sell to milkmen and wholesalers.’
    • ‘They are known by their first names and are as familiar to their neighbours as postmen and milkmen are in Britain.’
    • ‘But gone are the days when fresh milk was served at our doorstep with the milkman's knock at the door waking us up everyday.’
    • ‘Houses have been demolished and replaced with flats and it seems the era of when everyone got their milk from the milkman is slowly fading.’
    • ‘Groups of these ever-restless and inquisitive birds have even been known to follow milkmen or wait for milk deliveries.’
    • ‘A fearless milkman used his milk cart to ram into a robber's getaway car just minutes after being threatened with a gun.’
    • ‘There are hundreds of dogs on this estate and they are attacking the milkmen and the postmen.’

Pronunciation

milkman

/ˈmɪlkmən/