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
No wonder that many of his countrymen are placing high hopes on the great dragon peering down from the north.
A full Netherlands international since 2012, Martins Indi will link up with new Eagles manager and fellow countryman Frank de Boer as Palace's second summer signing after the loan capture of Ruben Loftus-Cheek from Chelsea on Wednesday.
Tom Watson clinched back-to-back Open titles and his fifth and final Claret Jug at Birkdale in 1983, while countrymen Johnny Miller (1976) and Lee Trevino (1971) also triumphed on the Southport links.
Indeed, some of them sacrifice their lives for their country and their countrymen, as Liu has.
Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI had tapped Mueller, his fellow German countryman, to lead the congregation in 2012.
True to a musical that plays against type, each of these three Germans is more like an American counterpart than either of his fellow countrymen.
Over the past two decades, Mexican leaders have departed from the nation's traditionally dark narrative about the United States, selling their countrymen on the idea that an ever-closer relationship is desirable.
Pasecniks' path to the NBA may be slightly easier thanks to success of his countryman and friend Kristaps Porzingis, who the New York Knicks took with the No.
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First Known Use of countryman
COUNTRYMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of countryman for English Language Learners
: a person who lives in or comes from the same country as you
: a person who lives in the countryside
COUNTRYMAN Defined for Kids
Definition of countryman for Students
1 : a person born in the same country as another : a fellow citizen
2 : a person living or raised in a place away from big towns and cities
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