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
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair made a whistle-stop visit to Chicago on Wednesday — but didn’t express any interest in visiting his countryman’s favorite Chicago pizzeria.
Ethiopia’s Yomif Kejelcha defended his 3,000 title ahead countryman Selemon Barega, and Bethwell Birgen of Kenya.
He had been nicknamed ``The Herminator,’’ in homage, of course, to his countryman, Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Together, their interviews reflect the core beliefs and values that connect Americans to their fellow countrymen and women.
Meanwhile, O’Riordan’s fellow countrymen and musicians paid tribute to the late singer, who suffered from physical and mental health problems over the years.
Zinedine Zidane is the only countryman that Mbappe has selected.
Wise wiped out on his first two runs before sneaking past countryman Alex Ferreira on his third with a score of 97.20.
Mr Santos reminded Colombians that Venezuela received 1m of their countrymen during Colombia’s decades of armed conflict, which subsided in the early 2000s.
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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
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