-Man Vocabulary Words Quiz

All the words end with -Man. Based on the definition, guess the word.
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Last updated: August 2, 2014
First submittedDecember 20, 2011
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Definition
Word
Television news host
Anchorman
Head of the board of directors
Chairman
Early human; Troglodyte
Caveman
Make-believe monster
Bogeyman
KKK member
Clansman
Body builder
Muscleman
Military diver
Frogman
Male servant-in-waiting
Footman
Pickup artist's buddy
Wingman
Tier of nooses
Hangman
Leader of a jury
Foreman
Fencer
Swordsman
Definition
Word
Person who pays bail
Bondsman
Person ranking between page and squire
Yeoman
Member of the House of Representatives
Congressman
Evil mastermind's servant
Henchman
Ordained minister
Clergyman
Person who is not an ordained minister
Layman
Person who loads and unloads ships
Longshoreman
In olden times, a person who robbed travelers
Highwayman
Murderer for hire
Hitman
One who maintains power wires
Lineman
Blood relative
Kinsman
Aristocrat
Nobleman
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Level ∞
Aug 2, 2014
Updated!
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Level 78
Aug 12, 2014
Woo hoo! 100%. This one made me think. Thanks. (And thank you, Jane Austen. Reading your works helped me with some of the answers.)
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Level 44
Aug 12, 2014
groomsman for male servant?
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Level 76
Oct 23, 2016
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Level 71
Aug 14, 2014
I always thought a Journeyman was the term for a person ranking between a page and a squire.
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Level 71
Aug 15, 2014
Journeyman ranked between Apprentice and Master, and was generally more attributed to crafts work rather than knights or knights in training.
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Level 81
Nov 12, 2019
Still does in trades.
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Level 62
Aug 17, 2014
Tried sword without the s and then moved on, so I missed it. Usually it takes the singular. Also Preacherman for clergy?
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Level 81
Jul 18, 2018
But this isn't the word "swords" (as opposed to "sword"); it's part of the word "swordsman." "swordman" is not a word.
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Level 81
Nov 12, 2019
Seems kind of funny calling a fencer a swordsman. Seems more like a couple guys with fly swatters.
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Level 56
Apr 16, 2015
Could more specific clues be added? "Tier of nooses" seemed to suggest a physical tier, "muscleman" I would associate with anybody who is there for physical strength, a swordsman is anyone who wields a sword, and a congressman is only for the House of Representatives in the USA.
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Level 78
Aug 27, 2015
Congressman means a member of Congress, and can be either a senator or a representative. These days it seems to be more commonly used for representatives, but it can still refer to either one.
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Level 81
Nov 12, 2019
I agree. I got it, but "tyer" is a preferred, unambiguous spelling.
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Level 50
Dec 29, 2015
You accepted it, but isn't Klansmen the more traditional/used spelling for the KKK "Clansmen" question? Just wondering, I may be wrong.
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Level 47
Jan 30, 2016
Quiz accepts Gentleman for Nobleman which isn't strictly right - Gentlemen are higher than other freemen (yeomen) but are not nobles.
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Level 76
Oct 23, 2016
Wolfman for monster?
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Level 63
Feb 23, 2018
One easy, two slightly harder: Wedding attendant = ? Military dictator = ? Boxer's aide = ? And just for fun: Do you know him? He lives on Drury Lane... :)
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Level 52
Sep 30, 2018
ah yes, the good old muffin man....
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Level 67
Oct 22, 2018
Has half of the question been switched out? I felt like I've taken this quiz just recently, but this time I did really bad.