noun, plural Dutch·men.
usage note for Dutchman
Examples from the Web for dutchman
The Dutchman was transferred in August when he allegedly threatened to kill the prison warden.
The head of the prison says Figueroa fabricated the story as a ploy to get the Dutchman transferred.
Police even arrested a Dutchman recently just because he owned a tire business.
This piece is called “Extension Chair,” designed by the young Dutchman Sjoerd Vroonland for the Moooi company.
Now they face the sobering reality that the young Dutchman could be out of prison in a matter of months.
"The Flying Dutchman" completed the list of operas I was to sing in.Confessions of an Opera Singer|Kathleen Howard
"Either one of two things happened to put that Dutchman and Jerrold on my track," said he.Motor Matt's Air Ship|Stanley R. Matthews
He was a phlegmatic, heavy Dutchman, and seemed decent enough.
In the Dutchman it is the stuff and texture of the music that make the effect.Richard Wagner|John F. Runciman
If we might give the bishop the slip, and not tarry for his prayers, you'd be spared trusting the Dutchman.Captain Ravenshaw|Robert Neilson Stephens