Examples of frontiersman in a Sentence
the frontiersmen were willing to brave harsh living conditions in order to achieve a better life
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So much for the image of the rugged American frontiersman, gun in hand, experiencing his primordial oneness with the wilderness, so beloved by gun rights advocates.
The American as individualist frontiersman, the cowboy forever riding the range—that’s the NRA’s take on American exceptionalism.
Simon Kenton was a legendary frontiersman in Ohio and the Midwest for whom the county is named.
And then there are the inherent incongruities of having women play rugged frontiersmen.
This much is clear: The two men, at their core, were fundamentally different, Leo the Silicon Valley frontiersman to Biasone’s Rust Belt pride.
The Dark Tower Based on Stephen King's series of novels about a young boy and a frontiersman knight on an interdimensional quest.
But the ad-hoc project brought out the best in frontiersmen.
Not like his friend and fellow frontiersman, Daniel Boone.
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