a person serving in the militia.
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How to use militiaman in a sentence
Many locals rallied to push the armed groups out, but some militiamen remain there until today.The U.S.-Mexico Border Has Long Been a Magnet for Far-Right Vigilantes | Patrick Strickland | February 17, 2022 | Time
Albemarle committeemen and militiamen saw the Protestant associators’ words as a challenge to the revolutionary state.The Rise and Fall of a Dangerous Political Movement in Revolutionary America | Brendan McConville | September 28, 2021 | Time
A few minutes later, Joyce was killed, shot in the back by a Somali militiaman.
The second Shabiha militiaman, 28-year-old named Ahmed al-Daran, was in equally bad shape.
In this clip, a group of rebels has allegedly seized a Basij militiaman, and is debating the next course of action.
The militiaman raised his head, and White Bear saw tears glistening in the morning sun as they ran down his cheeks.Shaman | Robert Shea
One militiaman, a young lad named Ted Kennedy, refused to serve, claiming that it was the same as strike duty.The Everett massacre | Walker C. Smith
Twice the soldiers fired on the mob, killing several, and one militiaman was stabbed in the dark.A Captain of Industry | Upton Sinclair
The unknown rider reins his steed back on his haunches right in the path of a broad-shouldered militiaman.Recitations for the Social Circle | James Clarence Harvey
The bullet from the militiaman's gun whistled within an inch of Frank James' ear as it sped on its harmless mission.Life and adventures of Frank and Jesse James | J. A. Dacus
British Dictionary definitions for militiaman
a man serving with the militia
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