frontiersman frontiersman


  • (n) a man who lives on the frontier



  1. For about a month I was a spare, sinewy frontiersman in fringed buckskin, with crinkly little lines about the eyes and a slow laconic drawl.
  2. Although McQueen now has his first fragrance and even a property portfolio, don't expect this uncompromising frontiersman to go soft.
  3. Often as not, the frontiersman was an antisocial misfit who helped create a climate of barbaric lawlessness.


  • Huck Finn Jubilee wraps at Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park in Ontario

    ONTARIO - When William Vanderpool found out he was getting tickets for the Huck Finn Jubilee here for Father's Day, he decided to take advantage of the situation. He donned his favorite frontiersman attire for the occasion. Photo Gallery: Huck Finn Jubilee
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Inland Valley Daily Bulletin


  1. "I read Newsmax and the Frontiersman and Wall Street Journal and everything online," Palin responded. "I absorb the news via many, many sources."
    on Nov 20, 2009 By: Sarah Palin Source: Politics Daily (blog)

  2. "There is the mythology advanced by the gun lobby of the Wild West and the individual frontiersman single-handedly holding off the British and the Indians and the bears simultaneously," said Helmke. "They've got politicians nervous about...
    on Dec 7, 2007 By: Paul Helmke Source: International Herald Tribune

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