noun, plural mi·li·tia·men.
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Example sentences from the Web for militiaman
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
Hezbollah has not announced that it has sent militiamen and military advisers to Iraq.
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.
While the third table was eating, a squad of militiamen appeared on a neighboring hill.
The troops fired a volley, a few militiamen were killed and others wounded, and the soldiers marched on.The Political History of England - Vol. X.|William Hunt
On the other was a plain merchant in command of no more than 4000 militiamen.American Sketches|Charles Whibley
He looked around and saw militiamen wading across to the island from the east bank of the Mississippi.
Too dazed even to feel happy, Raoul stood taking long breaths and watched the militiamen come.