crewman crewman  /ˈkru mən/


  1. (n) any member of a ship's crew
  2. (n) a member of a flight crew
  3. (n) a member of a work crew



  1. The Voge limped off with one injured crewman and a gashed hull.
  2. Even if my crewman is a lieutenant, which way outranks me, he reports to me.
  3. A dentist cousin decided to take up sailing as a hobby and dragooned me as his sole crewman.


  • Coast Guard transports injured crewman

    A Coast Guard helicopter has flown a fishing boat crewman with a crushed finger more than 100 miles to a clinic in Bethel, Alaska.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Seattle Times


  1. "There were drugs and alcohol when we grew up, but we had this tremendous core of support, first from our families, but also from the writers and others who worked on the show," Mr. Dow said. "I remember there was this crewman who said...
    on Jun 25, 2010 By: Tony Dow Source: New York Times (blog)

  2. "Every time I think about that win, it just gives you cold chills," Childress said. "I have flashes right now of all the crewman (from other teams) standing out on pit road - where would you ever see that? That's how special it was to...
    on Feb 10, 2008 By: Richard Childress Source: Kansas City Star

  3. Busch said he wants to "move forward" and that the "real incident was out on the racetrack"; that is, his run-ins with Stewart. "But what happened on pit road is the real story. I reached out for Jason Lee (the Stewart crewman he nearly hit)...
    on Jun 9, 2007 By: Kurt Busch Source: Winston-Salem Journal (registration)

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