She founded minutemen American Defense several years ago, supposedly to keep America safe from “illegals.”
Other rumors swirling around the Phoenix area pin the killing on minutemen or narcotraficantes.
At Lexington they met a company of minutemen, and there were shots and bloodshed.
Eight minutemen are guarding the house where Adams and Hancock are sleeping.
One band, at least, belongs to each Archee, they serving under him as minutemen.
In South Carolina companies of minutemen had been formed, and the entire white male population was wearing blue cockades.
No one saw the minutemen march and countermarch, and no one could hear their feet in the soft grass.
Are you familiar with the organization known as The minutemen?
Pitcairn ordered his men to fire, and eighteen minutemen fell to the ground.
About two hundred of them stood guard at the North Bridge, while a body of minutemen gathered on a hill on the opposite side.
U.S. history, one of a class of militia available for immediate service (i.e. "ready in a matter of minutes"), 1774. As the name of a type of ICBM, from 1961, so called because they could be launched with very little preparation.
Armed American civilians who were active in the Revolutionary War and in the period just preceding the war. They were named Minutemen because they were ready to fight alongside regular soldiers at a moment's notice. The Minutemen of Massachusetts were especially well known. (See Battle of Lexington and Concord.)
Note: During the cold war, the name “Minuteman” was given to a United States missile held ready for launching in the event of a nuclear attack.
: Youth gangs use minors as gun runners, calling them ''minutemen'' because if they're caught they're out (of jail) in a minute (1990s+ Street gang)