Definition of Longbowman

1. Noun. A medieval English archer who used a longbow.

Generic synonyms: Archer, Bowman



Definition of Longbowman

1. Noun. An archer who uses a longbow. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Longbowman

1. [n LONGBOWMEN]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Longbowman

longar palm
longas
longbeak
longbeaks
longbeard
longbeards
longboard
longboarded
longboarder
longboarders
longboarding
longboards
longboat
longboats
longbow
longbowman (current term)
longbowmen
longbows
longcase
longcase clock
longcase clocks
longcases
longclaw
longclaws
longcloth
longcloths
longcut
longcuts
longdog
longe

Literary usage of Longbowman

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1. The Works of A. Conan Doyle by Arthur Conan Doyle (1902)
"Two hundred years later the archers of the English army were Welsh or Irish and the pay of a longbowman was twopence a day (compared to fourpence for a ..."

2. The Riviera of the Corniche Road by Frederick Treves (1921)
"the writers of a hundred tales—the longbowman in his leather jerkin, the man in the slashed doublet sloping a halberd, the gay musketeer, the knight in ..."

3. ... Essentials in Mediaeval and Modern History (from Charlemagne to the by Samuel Bannister Harding, Albert Bushnell Hart (1905)
"the longbow,— the excellence of which had been demonstrated in the wars of Edward I. against the Welsh and Scots, — were ENGLISH longbowman. stationed in ..."

4. New Mediæval and Modern History by Samuel Bannister Harding, Albert Bushnell Hart (1913)
"<„„ .1 . i .i_... j •/• -ii ii ENGLISH longbowman so thick that it seemed as if it snowed, the Genoese broke and fled. At this, Philip in passion called out ..."

5. New Medieval and Modern Historyby Samuel Bannister Harding, Albert Bushnell Hart by Samuel Bannister Harding, Albert Bushnell Hart (1920)
"242 English longbowman . . . 243 Battle of Cr^cy 245 The Black Prince .... 247 Battle of Poitiers 248 Relief of Orleans by Joan of Arc 254 Entry of Charles ..."

6. New Medieval and Modern History by Samuel Bannister Harding, Albert Bushnell Hart (1920)
"... "Slay these rascals, for they trouble us without reason." "And ever still," says the chronicler Froissart, "the English- ENGLISH longbowman ..."

7. Outlines and Studies to Accompany Myers ̕mediæval and Modern History: A by Florence Eugénie Leadbetter, Philip Van Ness Myers (1907)
"... European civilization, — the monk, the crusader, the wandering scholar, the troubadour, the mendicant friar, the merchant, the despot, the longbowman? ..."

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