He was an Irishman and an Orangeman as well, and had naturally what was known in those parts as "the gift of the gab."
"Well, why don't you say upset, you horrible old Orangeman," she retorted.
The Orangeman looked upon himself as part of a foreign garrison, holding the "Papishes" in subjection.
He had been an Orangeman , and was a most ultra and even furious Protestant.
She lowered her voice and spoke in the ear of the Irish girl, the Orangeman's daughter.
He is an Episcopalian, an Orangeman and a member of the flute band of his lodge.
Schomberg, William's general, had better luck, and it was on the quay below it that the great Orangeman first set foot in Ireland.
Usually, on such occasions, blows are exchanged; and so the name of Orangeman has come to be associated with riots.
You're down on him because his grandfather was an Orangeman!
Yet here it was, and some Orangeman had paused long enough to add what is probably the usual third article of the controversy.