frontiersman

[ fruhn-teerz-muh n, fron- or, esp. British, fruhn-teerz- ]SEE DEFINITION OF frontiersman

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This propensity he inherited not only from his mother, but also from his father, who had been a frontiersman.

This was out of consideration for Billy's standing as a frontiersman.

Every frontiersman was preparing for a tussle with the hated Spaniard.

I would be a frontiersman, a trail-breaker, a treasure-seeker.

"Got him that trip," was the frontiersman's satisfactory comment.

"Don't make a light ag'in," were the frontiersman's first words.

And then he and the frontiersman told their stories in detail.

"Don't scare the pony——" began the frontiersman, but he was too late.

For in those days no frontiersman ever buried a dead redskin.

In their company Jack Kilmeny was frankly a Western frontiersman.

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mountain man

nounwilderness dweller
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