frontiersman : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a man who lives on the frontier

  • A California businessman, Davey Crockett (distantly related to the frontiersman, he says), took the pair to China in 1999 to set up a wallboard exporting business.
  • 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.
  • Although McQueen now has his first fragrance and even a property portfolio, don't expect this uncompromising frontiersman to go soft.

  • Sarah Palin in Politics Daily (blog)
    I read Newsmax and the Frontiersman and Wall Street Journal and everything online,Palin responded. "I absorb the news via many, many sources."
  • Paul Helmke in International Herald Tribune
    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...

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