Examples of countryman in a Sentence
met a fellow Canadian countryman while traveling in France
though neither well-educated nor well-dressed, the countryman presented the farmers' case before the state legislature
Recent Examples of countryman from the Web
This means that since his around £37m move from German side Hoffenheim just over two years ago, the 26-year-old has been more effective in the final third than teammate Coutinho - netting one more than his fellow countryman.
Ligeti’s two string quartets will share the program with quartets by his Hungarian countryman Bela Bartok.
The president should say no electoral victory is worth receiving votes from people who hate their fellow countrymen.
Ever since George Washington took the oath of office as the nation’s first president, fellow countrymen have turned out on the dance floor to celebrate.
Soon after that, his countryman Philippe de Girard came up with a variant on Appert's method—metal tins—and sold the idea to the British.
Neymar's countryman, Dani Alves, set up Mbappe in the fifth minute and Draxler in the 14th.
But the recent drive for independence has been energised by anger over the flow of fiscal redistribution from rich Catalans to their countrymen: people seen, in parts of the restless north-east, as thankless and lazy as well as alien.
For this fall’s Voyages issue, whose theme is families and friends vacationing in their homelands, some of the photographers charged with capturing them this summer were foreigners, some were countrymen.
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