Yeoman synonyms

yō'mən
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An officer on a merchant ship who has charge of the cargo and its sale and purchase.
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A naval clerk
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A person employed by the general public to write letters, etc.
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A naval clerk
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The average citizen, as contrasted with the social, political or cultural elite.
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A person not of the nobility; member of the commonalty
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One who has paid for the right to collect and retain certain revenues or profits.
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A pioneer who goes and settles on a homestead.
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A stout fellow
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A person who holds tenure by freehold
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A managerial or leading position in certain non-profit organizations, such as political parties, trade unions, international organizations.
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A person who, due to place of birth, naturalization, or other reasons (for example, citizenship of parents) is a member of a political community or of a civil state, such as a country or state, and is entitled to all the civil rights and protections thereof and owes allegiance to its government. See also naturalization and resident.
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A person, usually male, with duties or skills associated with a specified thing. (Used as the last element of a compound.)
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(UK) Sales assistant.
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An accompanying thing or circumstance; a concomitant.
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A medieval English peasant.
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One who is publicly employed to perform services, as for a government.
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(Countable) One who is subordinate.
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A member of a colony of social insects such as ants, bees, wasps, or termites, usually a sterile or sexually immature female but in termites an individual of either sex, that performs specialized work such as building the nest, collecting and storing food, and feeding other members of the colony.
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of or characteristic of yeomen
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A member of the British ruler's personal guard.
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(Informal, UK) A Yeoman Warder
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A naval clerk
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