[ welsh-muhn, welch- ]
/ ˈwɛlʃ mən, ˈwɛltʃ- /
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noun, plural Welsh·men.
a native or inhabitant of Wales.
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How to use Welshman in a sentence
If you had said you were a Welshman, I should not have been surprised.Lavengro|George Borrow
He said I was not only a wild Welshman and a blockhead, but what is more deadly still, I was a gorilla and an assassin.The Iron Puddler|James J. Davis
Then there was the drunken rowdy who proposed to raid the "Welshman's" house one dark threatening night—he saw that, too.Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete|Albert Bigelow Paine
When the Welshman's treasure was all spent he went back to the cavern and helped himself still more liberally than before.
In the centre of the entrance hung a bell which the conjurer begged the Welshman to beware of touching.
British Dictionary definitions for Welshman
/ (ˈwɛlʃmən) /
noun plural -men or -women
a native or inhabitant of Wales
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