noun, plural air·men.
- airline chicken breast,
- airman's medal,
Origin of airman
Examples from the Web for airman
We talk about four pillars of an airman in comprehensive airmen fitness.
My uncle, Wendell Grimke Freeland, my mother's brother, is 83 years old and here at the Inauguration as a Tuskegee airman.
"Well, fate plays no small part in an airman's life," returned Tom.Air Service Boys in the Big Battle|Charles Amory Beach
And now comes the moment when the airman, drawing back his elevating lever, seeks to raise his craft from the water into the air.
The airman goes out to seek his enemy: he must be full of initiative.The War in the Air; Vol. 1|Walter Raleigh.
And some of them were chased by a British airman at a place called Ennemain.From Bapaume to Passchendaele, 1917|Philip Gibbs
An airman, flying in a wind, is rather in the position of a man who puts to sea in a small boat when waves are high.