noun, plural Klans·men.
Origin of Klansman
Examples from the Web for klansman
Contemporary Examples of klansman
It was the equivalent of becoming a black Klansman or Jewish Nazi.The Sydney Astrologer Turned Islamic Radical
December 16, 2014
Reactions from those neighborhoods to protest marches would have made a Klansman proud.The Myth of the Central Park Five
October 19, 2014
Roemer lost his reelection bid because he got caught in a pincer move between a crook and Klansman.Listen to Candidate Roemer
July 21, 2011
Historical Examples of klansman
Is the motive prompting your ambition to be a Klansman serious and unselfish?
The sheriff approached a masked Klansman who carried a fiery cross.
It protects its own members and there is no case on record where a Klansman has been outraged.
He was greatly pleased with Klansman Crippen and the work he is doing for the organization.
If the Klansman rides a horse in ceremonies he must buy a robe for $14—also from Clarke's company.