noun, plural cav·al·ry·men [kav-uh l-ree-muh n, -men] /ˈkæv əl ri mən, -ˌmɛn/.
Examples from the Web for cavalryman
He was the first military person in our family since my grandfather, who was a cavalryman for the czar.
The cavalryman reined in his steed, and halted him with his head to a post in front of the dwelling.In The Saddle|Oliver Optic
I suppose you know the general has ordered me relieved and sent back to my company as no longer worthy to be called a cavalryman.A Wounded Name|Charles King
No cavalryman can mistake the jingle of accoutrements or the dull thud of horses' hoofs.My Lady of the North|Randall Parrish