crossbowman

[ kraws-boh-muh n, -boh-, kros- ]
/ ˈkrɔsˈboʊ mən, -ˌboʊ-, ˈkrɒs- /
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noun, plural cross·bow·men.

(in medieval warfare) a soldier armed with a crossbow.
a person equipped with or skilled in the use of a crossbow.

Nearby words

  1. crossbite,
  2. crossbody,
  3. crossbolt lock,
  4. crossbones,
  5. crossbow,
  6. crossbred,
  7. crossbreed,
  8. crossbuck,
  9. crosscheck,
  10. crosscourt

Origin of crossbowman

First recorded in 1490–1500; crossbow + -man

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