noun, plural rod·men.
Origin of rodman
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Contemporary Examples of rodman
Rodman may have been a great rebounder, but he never led the league in assists.
The problem is that “this dude” does more than “one thing”—unless Rodman is referring to despotism generally, which I doubt.
On this trip, Rodman put his heart on his sleeve—and his foot in his mouth—and said he “loves” Kim.
"It's like going to Hawaii or Ibiza, but he's the only one that lives there," Rodman said.
"If you drink a bottle of tequila, it's the best tequila," Rodman added.
Historical Examples of rodman
He was furious with rage, and would have sprung at Rodman had he not been restrained.
Did they believe Rodman Blake guilty of the act charged against him or did they not?
Then turning to Rodman he asked, “What have you to say for yourself?”
Do you happen to know a young man from there named Rodman Blake?
With Rodman's gun, the muzzle-loading smoothbore was at the apex of its development.Artillery Through the Ages