noun, plural mi·li·tia·men.
- military-industrial complex,
- milites gloriosi,
- militia movement of the 1990s,
- milk bank,
- milk bar,
- milk cap
Origin of militiaman
Examples from the Web for militiamen
On the militiamen, he says there are no plans to help them with equipment.
There, on the outskirts of Washington, thousands of American militiamen fled at the approach of the invading army.The Presidential Hopeful Obsessed With the War of 1812|Ben Jacobs|September 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Even so, several hundred Hezbollah militiamen have been sent to Iraq, say Shia and military sources in Lebanon.
About a dozen militiamen were hanging around it, including a uniformed woman with bright red hair.
Most of these militiamen claimed they were from Crimea; none of them spoke a word of Ukrainian.Ukrainian Troops Surrender to Unarmed Pro-Russian Protesters|Anna Nemtsova|April 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The sentry called a corporal's squad of six militiamen and reported the loot found on the prisoner.
Two hundred thousand militiamen were called out, and in separate divisions began their march upon the camp.The History of Napoleon Buonaparte|John Gibson Lockhart
A crowd of men, workmen and militiamen together, are packed about the door, intent upon whatever it is that is transpiring inside.The Americans|Edwin Davies Schoonmaker
She knew better than these militiamen her father's obstinacy, and that his high resolve reached beyond the mere gaining of time.Fort Amity|Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
Jim Garrard was shot to death while militiamen stood in a hollow square about him.The Tempering|Charles Neville Buck