noun, plural coun·try·men.
Origin of countryman
SYNONYMS FOR countryman
Examples from the Web for countrymen
So, as far as Mexican officials like Peña Nieto are concerned, the goal is to keep their countrymen here — and keep them happy.Why Mexicans Are Enraged by Obama’s Big Tuesday Meeting|Ruben Navarrette Jr.|January 6, 2015|DAILY BEAST
One group of British-born recruits to the so-called “Islamic State” has killed two Americans and one of their own countrymen.
Most countries take a special interest in their countrymen abroad.
To them, their countrymen who aligned themselves with the Kremlin qualified for that term.
Long before my countrymen went to the streets in a peaceful protest calling for freedom.
In thus acting they could make themselves sure of the sympathy of their countrymen.Life and Work in Benares and Kumaon, 1839-1877|James Kennedy
It will be remembered that Carthage was originally founded by a Tyrian Princess and her countrymen.
His Flemish countrymen remained loyal to the last: it was his Castilian subjects who were driven to rebellion.History of The Reign of Philip The Second King of Spain|William H. Prescott
This French Sallust, as his countrymen have named him, has been of use to many dramatists.The Life of Friedrich Schiller|Thomas Carlyle
Another of his countrymen, who stood by him, was then asked, whether it was their custom to eat those killed in battle?