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Definition: A derogatory term used to describe someone who is overly serious, strict, or moralistic.



  1. As a parent, it is important to strike a balance between being authoritative and being a serman.
  2. He always seemed to have a frown on his face, earning him the reputation of being a serman.


  1. The serman teacher did not tolerate any unruly behavior in her classroom.
  2. She received criticism for her serman attitude towards partying and socializing.

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