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  • When the frontiersmen see what is coming, what do they do to escape? Cited from Moody's Anecdotes And Illustrations, by Dwight L. Moody
  • The frontiersmen also learned this song, as nearly as they could, in its original form.
  • Jones, like most great frontiersmen, was a man of quick decision and few words. Cited from The Tory Maid, by Herbert Baird Stimpson
  • Frontiersmen always regarded the chances better than even, so long as there was life. Cited from Alice of Old Vincennes, Maurice Thompson
  • The Frontiersmen is a group of students who participate in university events to drive school spirit.
  • As already said, the sense of national unity among the frontiersmen was small. Cited from The Winning of the West, Volume Three, by Theodore Roosevelt
  • Few experienced frontiersmen took part in the campaign; many instead paid recent immigrants to take their place.
  • He quickly faced the fact that the frontiersmen had opinions of their own. Cited from The Man in Gray, by Thomas Dixon
  • The perfection of fighting capacity to which he had brought his forces caused much talk among the frontiersmen themselves. Cited from The Winning of the West, Volume Four, by Theodore Roosevelt
  • The soldiers showed some fight, but a large body of frontiersmen who accompanied them were soon in disorder. Cited from Indian Heroes & Great Chieftains, Charles Eastman
  • If it was to be fight or fall, the brave frontiersmen decided it should be fight. Cited from Historic Tales, Vol. 1 (of 15), by Charles Morris
  • One and all these frontiersmen recognized the inevitable -- before dawn the end must come. Cited from Bob Hampton of Placer, by Randall Parrish
  • Nonetheless, he convinced some thirty frontiersmen that the expedition would make them rich.
  • It is a matter of tradition among frontiersmen that he has upon rare occasions attacked and killed bears. Cited from Hunting with the Bow and Arrow, by Saxton Pope
  • The savage, ever so near the surface of these rough frontiersmen, had taken complete possession of them. Cited from Ben Blair, by Will Lillibridge
  • The frontiersmen, however, took a much more just and generous view of the affair. Cited from The Winning of the West, Volume Four, by Theodore Roosevelt
  • The law had scarcely any hold upon these frontiersmen. Cited from Great Fortunes, and How They Were Made, by James D. McCabe, Jr.
  • They are both true frontiersmen, and most kind and pleasant. Cited from Life of Robert Louis Stevenson for Boys and Girls, Jacqueline M. Overton
  • Many were the opportunities that served to bring together the frontiersmen, with their families, throughout a settlement or county. Cited from The Old Northwest, Frederic Austin Ogg
  • Gathering a strong band of hardy frontiersmen he set out on his dangerous expedition. Cited from A Short History of the United States, by Edward Channing
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Root form of frontiersmen is frontiersman for the noun.

Meaning of frontiersmen

  • noun A man who lives on the frontier