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foreman
used in Rose Red

7 uses
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Definition
a person who is in charge of other workers

or:

a juror in a court case who is selected by other jurors to head the jury
  • A large, overstocked wagon belonging to John stood in front of the foreman's shack, the driver equally as big as Mr. Williamson, and equally verbose.
    2 — 1907 (29% in)
  • Horse-drawn wagons came and went, burdened and brimming with materials ordered by the foreman, Williamson, a big, Irish-looking man with florid cheeks, a broad mustache and a surly disposition.
    2 — 1907 (20% in)
  • Always ordering me around like one of his foremen or ship captains.
    3 — 1908 (68% in)
  • I found myself transfixed by the realization that this was also the wagon that had been driven by Mr. Corbin the day he shot and killed the foreman.
    4 — 1909 (77% in)
  • Why the construction foreman and some of the workers?
    4 — 1909 (85% in)
  • The foreman and others were held responsible for this atrocity, but now that the house is built and here to stay in all its enormity, its inhabitants shall pay, and pay dearly.
    4 — 1909 (86% in)
  • John has no doubt arranged for another of his viewing closets to overlook this women's pool, and though loath to accept it, I see no way to stop its construction, given that the final say with the foreman is John's and John's alone.
    6 — 1911-1915 (80% in)

There are no more uses of "foreman" in Rose Red.

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