[ UK /hˈa‍ɪwe‍ɪmən/ ]
  1. a holdup man who stops a vehicle and steals from it
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How To Use highwayman In A Sentence

  • `Actually, Gran reckons I'm going to be Steeple Fritton's answer to Robin of Locksley, but I prefer to think of myself as a highwayman. TICKLED PINK
  • The choice traditionally presented by highwayman is supposed to have only one sensible answer.
  • The highwayman forced each of the travelers to kick over 20 pounds.
  • There is a ‘black sheep’ website offering a shortcut to people who want to trace their descent from a highwayman, cattle stealer or convict.
  • Of course, according to the merciful judge at his subsequent trial, the dandy highwayman wasn't responsible for his actions that night as he had long suffered from manic depression.
  • Although known as a highwayman and a robber, he was sentenced to death for horse stealing, and hanged on April 19, 1739.
  • A highwayman robbed the traveler of his money.
  • The highwayman is the inspiration for my victims in my newest book. The Inspiration of Ozymandias
  • The sensationalism will be bad enough when it becomes known he was killed by a highwayman. DEVIL'S BRIDE
  • Perhaps aware that his male characters were pallid, he created a sub-plot featuring a romantic highwayman.
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