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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Pulp novels romanticized ex-Confederate soldiers and rifle-wielding frontiersmen.
Roosevelt, by contrast, would cultivate the twin modes of frontiersman and exacting naturalist.
The game lets players take on the role of frontiersman who acquire land and swap resources with other players.
In a bolero hat and cowboy boots, the real estate developer — who also owns Calahua, the world’s second-largest producer of coconut cream — looks the part of the frontiersman.
His mother was Elma Kirschhofer and his father, Allan Carson Terk, was a descendant of the American frontiersman Kit Carson.
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.
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FRONTIERSMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of frontiersman for English Language Learners
: a person (especially a man) who lives on the frontier (sense 2)
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