noun, plural cross·bow·men.
- crossbolt lock,
Origin of crossbowman
Examples from the Web for crossbowman
He turned back to the Venetian crossbowman and shouted, "Stand aside!"The Saracen: Land of the Infidel|Robert Shea
The crossbowman said, He would not spare you in a like case.Runnymede and Lincoln Fair|J.G. Edgar
He was famous as a crossbowman, could shoot an arrow with great precision.From the Thames to the Tiber|J. Wardle
The tent flap was pushed aside, and a Venetian crossbowman backed in holding one end of Rachel's traveling chest.
A crossbowman sat on the ground at the entrance to the blue and yellow striped tent.