A police officer in charge of several other officers.(noun)
One, such as a delivery person, who makes rounds.(noun)
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Use "roundsman" in a sentence
"Miraculously, no one was in the weeds; the roundsman, who stepped in wherever he was needed, did his job seamlessly; orders came up on time; the front and back of the house were perfectly in sync."
"As he stepped warily onto the doorstep, I brought in the pint of milk the roundsman left every morning, and the Oxford Times that lay beside it."
"Some day, when The Dutchman was dead, he would write a book and he possessed secrets that no roundsman could even guess at."