mill-hand mill-hand


  • (n) a workman in a mill or factory


  1. Jim was a wiry, passionate young mill-hand who had defended Andrew all his life.
  2. He worked as a mill-hand, a shoemaker, a newshawk, tried farming, then teaching.
  3. Victoria Price, twice-married mill-hand, onetime vagrant, told in less than ten minutes and in language so foul that newshawks could not print it, the story of her alleged rape.
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