Definition of Frontiersman

1. Noun. A man who lives on the frontier.




Definition of Frontiersman

1. n. A man living on the frontier.

Definition of Frontiersman

1. Noun. A person who lives on the borders of a country, or in a wild and undeveloped area on the fringes of civilization. ¹

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Definition of Frontiersman

1. [n FRONTIERSMEN]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Frontiersman

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frontenises
fronter
fronters
frontes
frontest
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frontier
frontier orbital
frontier settlement
frontiered
frontierless
frontierlike
frontiers
frontiersman (current term)
frontiersmanship
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frontierswoman
frontierswomen
frontignan
frontin'
fronting
frontispiece
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frontless
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frontlet
frontlets
frontline

Literary usage of Frontiersman

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1. Eli Perkins (at Large): His Saying and Doings. by Melville De Lancey Landon (1875)
"A frontiersman. WESTWARD, westward, westward we have been riding all day over ... Just then a slouchy old frontiersman, who had been compelled to pay his ..."

2. Life of Lieutenant-General Nathan Bedford Forrest by John Allan Wyeth (1908)
"... Mind—The Craft and Cunning of the frontiersman Utilized in Military Operations—Contribution of General John T. Morgan—Forrest's Strategy and Tactics—His ..."

3. Our Wild Indians: Thirty-three Years Personal Experience Among the Red Men by Richard Irving Dodge (1884)
"... Dangerous Companion—He Threatens my Life — Strange Hospitality — A Reckless frontiersman — The Monomania of Assassination — A Wonderful Two-handed Shot ..."

4. Twenty Years Among Our Hostile Indians: Describing the Characteristics by James Lee Humfreville (1903)
"A Typical frontiersman—Trapper, and Famous Indian Fighter—An Unerring Guide— His Skill as a Trailer—The Man who Trained Kit Carson—Bridger's Wit and Humor ..."

5. Edgar Allan Poe: How to Know Him by Charles Alphonso Smith (1921)
"Though this chapter might be called "The Prose Poet" or "The Seer" or "The Philosopher," I prefer to entitle it "The frontiersman. ..."

6. The Life and Travels of Josiah Mooso: A Life on the Frontier Among Indians by Josiah Mooso (1888)
"A frontiersman life, though so full of danger, is said to- be fascinating in the extreme, and when one has lived for years with only the society of the ..."

7. Review of Historical Publications Relating to Canada by University of Toronto (1904)
"An entertaining book that can hardly be called history is A frontiersman* It purports to be an autobiography, and undoubtedly much of it must be the record ..."

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