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juryman

[joo r-ee-muh n] /ˈdʒʊər i mən/
noun, plural jurymen.
1.
a juror.
Origin of juryman
1570-1580
First recorded in 1570-80; jury1 + man1
Usage note
See -man.
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Examples from the Web for juryman
Historical Examples
  • This repetition was in a loud voice, so that any juryman dull of hearing might catch it.

    The Underdog F. Hopkinson Smith
  • By a juryman: I do not say the cuts could not have been made by a right-handed person.

    The Big Bow Mystery I. Zangwill
  • Not one juryman in a million would have believed in the Manderson plot.'

    Trent's Last Case E.C. (Edmund Clerihew) Bentley
  • He had supposed the request to see the box came from a juryman.

  • "I should like to ask Mr. Harwell a question," said a juryman who had not yet spoken.

    The Leavenworth Case Anna Katherine Green
  • "Now I think you are agreed with me that we must let the juryman know this at once," said the father.

  • A number of the juryman's relatives from a distance had also arrived.

  • Soon they were all standing in the little room which the juryman used as his study.

  • "It is bad news that Gudmund brings with him," said the juryman.

  • "It is not worth while to talk of postponement," said the juryman.

British Dictionary definitions for juryman

juryman

/ˈdʒʊərɪmən/
noun (pl) -men
1.
a member of a jury, esp a man
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