noun, plural ve·ni·re·men. Law.
- venire facias,
- venizelos, eleutherios
Origin of venireman
Examples from the Web for venireman
With this the venireman attempted to get away from the bailiff, but Soloman held on to him with a vise-like grasp.
The defense objected to proceeding during the absence of the venireman.'The System,' as uncovered by the San Francisco Graft Prosecution|Franklin Hichborn
He was summoned as a venireman on Monday, and was present at the court room Tuesday, but was not examined.
And then slapping him on the shoulder continued: "Have you been summoned as a venireman?"