Definition of militiaman
: a member of a militia
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These armed militiamen can be seen everywhere in the video, wandering the streets, chatting on street corners -- never far from the civilian population.
Some come dressed as British soldiers, carrying muskets and bayonets, and others come as American militiamen, armed with Kentucky long-rifles and a cannon.
The new forces were comprised of 22,000 militiamen who had already gathered outside of Boston, plus 5,000 more in New York.
The convoy appears to have consisted not of regular Syrian army soldiers but of international Shia militiamen.
Many Virginia militiamen refused to turn out, eager to protect their families.
Photos circulating on social media showed plumes of smoke rising in different areas and militiamen on the streets.
According to Hashim Bishr, a former security official, 23 of those killed were militiamen affiliated to the U.N.-backed government.
Opposition activists said their foliage was cut down by pro-government militiamen in an effort to tighten the siege.
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