juryman juryman


  • (n) someone who serves (or waits to be called to serve) on a jury



  1. When a juryman, brooding long on hell and damnation, broke down and was carried yelling to a padded cell, Judge Victor Maurice Barnhill declared a mistrial.
  2. Henry Hazlitt was the only juryman to name Joyce's Ulysses.
  3. A farmer-juryman paled, called for brandy, collapsed.
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