Definition of Swordsmen

1. Noun. (plural of swordsman) ¹



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Definition of Swordsmen

1. swordsman [n] - See also: swordsman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Swordsmen

swordmaking
swordman
swordmen
swordplay
swordplayer
swordplayers
swordplays
swordpoint
swordpoints
swordproof
swords
swords of Damocles
swordsmanship
swordsmanships
swordsmen (current term)
swordsmith
swordsmithing
swordsmiths
swordswoman
swordswomanship
swordswomen
swordtail
swordtails
swordwork
swore
sworn
swosh
swot
swot up

Literary usage of Swordsmen

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. ... The Fourth Crusade by Dana Carleton Munro (1907)
"Lauenberg 3 swordsmen, 6 men-at-arms. Louis of Ingoldstadt in Bavaria 16 swordsmen. Ernest and William of Bavaria 10 swordsmen. Henry of Bavaria swordsmen. ..."

2. The Antiquary (1887)
"It seems to have sprung out of the action of some enterprising swordsmen, who clubbed together in order to monopolize the teaching of their art. ..."

3. Antiquary: A Magazine Devoted to the Study of the Past by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1887)
"... to have sprung out of the action of some enterprising swordsmen, who clubbed together in order to monopolize the teaching of their art. ..."

4. Handy-book of Literary Curiosities by William Shepard Walsh (1892)
"... one of the first swordsmen of France, so that Jamac exhausted his ingenuity in devising some abstruse and little-known weapon by means of which he might ..."

5. Scotland by Walter Scott, Mayo Williamson Hazeltine (1899)
"... of the swordsmen in her Court—Robert Cecil at the Head of an opposite Faction, consisting chiefly of Civilians —He shuns connecting himself with James, ..."

6. The Holy Land by William Hepworth Dixon (1865)
"... most daring swordsmen. By these acts of policy and vigour, the Sadducees were won to Rome, and the mutinous spirit of the Jews appeared to be quelled. ..."

7. ... The Fourth Crusade by Dana Carleton Munro (1907)
"Lauenberg 3 swordsmen, 6 men-at-arms. Louis of Ingoldstadt in Bavaria 16 swordsmen. Ernest and William of Bavaria 10 swordsmen. Henry of Bavaria swordsmen. ..."

8. The Antiquary (1887)
"It seems to have sprung out of the action of some enterprising swordsmen, who clubbed together in order to monopolize the teaching of their art. ..."

9. Antiquary: A Magazine Devoted to the Study of the Past by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1887)
"... to have sprung out of the action of some enterprising swordsmen, who clubbed together in order to monopolize the teaching of their art. ..."

10. Handy-book of Literary Curiosities by William Shepard Walsh (1892)
"... one of the first swordsmen of France, so that Jamac exhausted his ingenuity in devising some abstruse and little-known weapon by means of which he might ..."

11. Scotland by Walter Scott, Mayo Williamson Hazeltine (1899)
"... of the swordsmen in her Court—Robert Cecil at the Head of an opposite Faction, consisting chiefly of Civilians —He shuns connecting himself with James, ..."

12. The Holy Land by William Hepworth Dixon (1865)
"... most daring swordsmen. By these acts of policy and vigour, the Sadducees were won to Rome, and the mutinous spirit of the Jews appeared to be quelled. ..."

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