noun, plural I·rish·men.
Origin of Irishman
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Contemporary Examples of irishman
Irishman Bob Geldof was famously made an honorary knight for his work for Live Aid.WTF Is Damgelina Doing At The Palace?
October 11, 2014
And even in interviews, the Irishman did little to camouflage his taste for living la vida loca.Colin Farrell Eyes Return to Hollywood A-List With ‘Total Recall’ Reboot
August 3, 2012
A Greek, an Irishman, and a Portuguese go into a bar and order a drink.Germany Must Pay Europe’s Tab If It Wants to Keep the Union Together
June 8, 2012
After all, “No one is as sentimental as the Irishman who was never there in the first place.”Great Irish Adventures
June 9, 2010
Historical Examples of irishman
Mortimer's gallant act had roused the Irishman's admiration.
Say, there was a scared Irishman, if you ever saw one in your life.
"I'll have you before his honour," is the threat of an Irishman who hopes for partiality.
The nobleman told his name—a name dear to every Briton and every Irishman.
At which he sneered, and said that was a bull and a blunder, but no wonder, as I was an Irishman.