Definition of trencherman in English:

trencherman

noun

humorous
  • [usually with adjective] A person who eats in a specified manner, typically heartily:

    ‘a doughty trencherman who gives the Simpson's beef trolley a good run for its money’
    • ‘Austrians are famous trenchermen, and are not known for holding back when the dinner gong sounds.’
    • ‘You were always a fastidious trencherman, and struck fear into the hearts of many a maître d' and wine waiter, but when they knew you, they adored you.’
    • ‘Then I sat back in this clean, well-lighted space, with its idealized fish-camp decor, and felt as pleased with myself as all the practiced trenchermen at surrounding tables.’
    • ‘Tim is an all-encompassing trencherman, as generous to himself as he is to others.’
    • ‘They had prepared a special menu for the opening, obviously with true trenchermen in mind.’

Pronunciation

trencherman

/ˈtrɛn(t)ʃəmən/