[ uhl-ster-muhn ]

noun,plural Ul·ster·men.
  1. a native or inhabitant of Ulster.

Origin of Ulsterman

First recorded in 1835–45; Ulster + man

Words Nearby Ulsterman

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How to use Ulsterman in a sentence

  • As far as the Ulsterman is concerned, he has enlisted long ago and is dead already or fighting still.

    Private Peat | Harold R. Peat
  • There were abundance of volunteers, but Captain Davey, with pride in his own province, selected an Ulsterman for the adventure.

    The Irish on the Somme | Michael MacDonagh
  • The hard-headed, commercially-minded Ulsterman is just as fond of public meetings as the Connacht Celt.

    General John Regan | George A. Birmingham
  • This was an end that could not by any juggling be reconciled with the Ulsterman's notion of "loyalty."

    Ulster's Stand For Union | Ronald McNeill
  • The Ulsterman is seldom either a lovable or an interesting character.

British Dictionary definitions for Ulsterman


/ (ˈʌlstəmən) /

nounplural -men
  1. a native or inhabitant of Ulster

Derived forms of Ulsterman

  • Ulsterwoman, fem n

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