noun, plural cav·al·ry·men [kav-uh l-ree-muh n, -men] /ˈkæv əl ri mən, -ˌmɛn/.
Origin of cavalryman
Related Words for cavalrymenjockey, equestrian, cowboy, postilion, gaucho, broncobuster, roughrider, dragoon, buckaroo, equerry
Examples from the Web for cavalrymen
Contemporary Examples of cavalrymen
The Romanian Army even agreed to commit 40,000 soldiers and 10,000 cavalrymen to use for the battle sequences.Doomed Passion Projects of Hollywood: The Lost Classics of Stanley Kubrick, Alfred Hitchcock, and More
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Historical Examples of cavalrymen
His courage was proverbial among the cavalrymen of the Third division.
It was a unique experience for cavalrymen and they had not yet learned how to forage.
Out from the shadow of the trees came Jeb Stuart with two hundred cavalrymen.The Long Roll
"Make him a prisoner," said another of the cavalrymen, an under officer.
He had met the cavalrymen, and Jack Rasco had been captured as previously described.