horseman

[ hawrs-muh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF horseman
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HORSEMAN

And then, by chance, the circle of Andy's sight embraced the body of a horseman.

Mr. Horseman also joined the Conservatives in opposing the bill.

It jarred him to hear this horseman refer to Allis as "the Porter gal."

We told her of the horseman we had just left; and led her back to the spot.

Just at this time, from a cross-road, emerged a horseman,—it was Maltravers.

The horseman wheeled about and turned his animal's head toward town.

There dashes a horseman with foaming steed and tightly-gathered rein!

He had quite forgotten the second horseman in his bitter interest in the policeman.

There was a horseman on the trail, some thirty or forty yards ahead.

He was surprised to find a horseman dismounting at the gate.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1200, from horse (n.) + man (n.).

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