noun, plural rod·men.
Examples from the Web for 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.
One of 'em—that youngest Rodman boy—can't stand much more of that sail locker in such weather as this.Rodman The Boatsteerer And Other Stories|Louis Becke
Rodman, it may be remembered, was a promising young poet during the first decade of this century.
Rodman Cree, I didn't get you out here just to go sailing, but to find out what's wrong with you.The Boy Scouts of Lakeville High|Leslie W. Quirk
Toller first floated into public notice on the fame of Rodman, who by an irony of fate is now all but forgotten.
Rodman stepped lightly to the front door, listened, heard nothing, unlocked and opened.Demos|George Gissing