[uhl-ster-muh n]

noun, plural Ul·ster·men.

a native or inhabitant of Ulster.

Origin of Ulsterman

First recorded in 1835–45; Ulster + man1
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Examples from the Web for ulsterman

Historical Examples of ulsterman

  • Mineely's an Ulsterman, and he'll make somebody pay for this.

    Changing Winds

    St. John G. Ervine

  • The label of "loyalist" is that which the Ulsterman cherishes above all others.

  • It was publicly read by an Ulsterman, and first printed by another.

  • There are continual jests about the contrast between this Ulsterman's austerity and the conviviality of Colonel Clancy.

  • The hard-headed, commercially-minded Ulsterman is just as fond of public meetings as the Connacht Celt.

    General John Regan

    George A. Birmingham

British Dictionary definitions for ulsterman


noun plural -men

a native or inhabitant of Ulster
Derived FormsUlsterwoman, fem n
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