noun, plural ar·til·ler·y·men.
- artigas, josé gervasio,
- artillery plant,
Origin of artilleryman
Examples from the Web for artilleryman
Drafted as a private, he applied for officer training, and then, as an artilleryman, rapidly climbed the ranks.
The senator had told him a few days before that her brother, the artilleryman, had just been killed at Verdun.The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse|Vicente Blasco Ibanez
"It's bows and arrows against the lightning, anyhow," said the artilleryman.
The name made the artilleryman start as if he had been shot; he strained his blazing eyes to follow the receding shape.The Downfall|Emile Zola
There were six horses in each team, an artilleryman riding each near horse and holding the off horse of the pair by a bridle.Tom Strong, Lincoln's Scout|Alfred Bishop Mason
The curtains of my study fluttered out of the open window from which I and the artilleryman had watched the dawn.