noun, plural coun·try·men.
- countryside agency,
Origin of 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?