- (dated) A member (especially male) of a board (governing body).
- 1966, C. Stanley Lowell, Embattled Wall: Americans United, an Idea and a Man
- 1972, Richard O. Carlson, School Superintendents: Careers and Performance, Merrill Publishing Company
- 1972, Ohio Schools
- 2000, George E. Thomas, David B. Brownlee, Building America's First University: An Historical and Architectural Guide to the University of Pennsylvania, University of Pennsylvania Press →ISBN, page 63
- A surfer.
- 1995, The Laser Disc Newsletter
- 2007, Nora Charles, Death Rides the Surf, Penguin →ISBN
- 2012, Forest Fox, Circles In Time, Lulu.com →ISBN, page 12
- A record producer; one who works a mixing board.
- 2000, Vibe, page 169
- 2007, King Magazine
- (dated) A high diver.
- (basketball) A basketball player who specialises in rebounds.
- (nautical) A sailor on a smack whose job is to bait and shoot the lines
- 1865, Feb 20, William Benjamin Gould, Diary of a Contraband: The Civil War Passage of a Black Sailor, page 223
- 1948, George Goldsmith Carter, The smacksmen: a story of the fishermen of the Borough
- 1986, Hervey Benham, Once Upon a Tide
- (nautical) One who rides on the boards of a log canoe in order to balance it.
- 1984, July 2, The Star-Democrat (Easton, Maryland), page 27
- 1989, Nelson Lyles Forbes, The racing log canoe: Ancient traditions alive on the Chesapeake Bay, thesis submitted to Middle Tennessee State University, page 34-36
- (dated) One who wears a sandwich board.
- 1886, Journal for Amateur Photographers
- 1892, Joseph Grego, A History of Parliamentary Elections and Electioneering: From the Stuarts to Queen Victoria
- 1894, Montagu Williams Q.C,
- From time to time the boardsman has to don some descriptive costume. Should he be retained on behalf of the Army and Navy Hair-Cutting Saloon, he may appear in an old regimental tunic and cocked hat, accompanied by a mate who stalks the world in the guise of a British Admiral. Again, should his boards illustrate “The Convict’s Doom,” the latest melodramatic success at the Princess’s Theatre, he will very likely walk abroad in knickerbockers and a jacket plentifully embellished with the broad arrow.
- A chess player.
- 2003, Warren Getler, Bob Brewer, Shadow of the Sentinel: One Man's Quest to Find the Hidden Treasure of the Confederacy, Simon and Schuster →ISBN, page 12
- 2009, November 20, Dave McKenna, "Chess Master Reflects on a Life of Queens and Rooks", Washington City Paper
- On talent alone, Hook confesses, he had no right to such a matchup. No, the way Hook describes the Virgin Island boardsmen, they come off like the chess equivalent of the Jamaican bobsledders who gamed their way into the Olympics (the athletical Olympics, not the chess olympics) by representing a nation that really shouldn’t be competing.
- 2015, August 22, Andrew Armitage, "Two Richly Rewarding Reads", The Sun Times
- (dated) A player of draughts/checkers
- 1892, March 19, "Midhurst", Sussex Agricultural Express, page 5
- 1911, November 10, "Dover Draughts Club", Dover Express, page 5
- 1934, April 11, "Plan Checker Tourney Soon", The Daily Republican (Monongahela, Pennsylvania), page 4
- One who assembles the frames of a ship.
- 1894, February 14, "Shipbuilders Wages", Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette, page 2
- 1920, North East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Transactions - North East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders
- 1960, "Portraits", Lithgow Journal
- (archaic) One who prepares wigs or artificial hair.
- 1891, July 25, classified advert in South Wales Echo
- 1903, Edwin Creer, Alfred M. Sutton, Boardwork; or, The art of wigmaking, &c: a technical handbook designed for the use of hairdressers, and especially of young men in the trade ...
- 1911, August 20, classified advert in The Press (New Zealand)
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