noun, plural marks·men.
- the lowest rating in rifle marksmanship, below that of sharpshooter and expert.
- a person who has achieved such a rating.
Origin of marksman
Examples from the Web for marksman
Contemporary Examples of marksman
The marksman, a lance corporal in the Coldstream Guards, was 930 yards from his target when he squeezed the trigger.The Greatest Sniper Shot in History: Six Taliban Killed With One Bullet
April 1, 2014
See, in the war on race I am a foot soldier, not a marksman.Duh! Of Course Fashion's Racist
October 14, 2009
Historical Examples of marksman
What a target for a while he would be for every marksman at any range to shoot at!Lord Kilgobbin
Two smart cracks at some distance indicated the location of the marksman.The Rainy Day Railroad War
"You might hit me," said Ebenezer, who knew nothing of Tom's skill as a marksman.The Young Miner
Horatio Alger, Jr.
The marksman had been Tucker, the fellow hired to take the great scout's life.The Boy Land Boomer
I hereby award each of you the bronze medal of Marksman First.The Galaxy Primes
Edward Elmer Smith