[ UK /ɹˈa‍ɪflɛmən/ ]
[ US /ˈɹaɪfəɫmən/ ]
  1. someone skilled in the use of a rifle
  2. a soldier whose weapon is a rifle
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How To Use rifleman In A Sentence

  • One of the posthumous VCs, with another rifleman, was scouting ahead of a strong fighting patrol.
  • Jerry Miculek is a fine rifleman, a wizard with a shotgun and adept with any type of handgun.
  • Whereas Twain on the warpath was a sharp shooting rifleman and Mencken laid about with the broadsword, Brooks's literary weapon is the tweezers.
  • It's the type of precision rifle you can shoot all day over a prairie dog town or snuggle down solidly in some sandbags and produce those little, bragging groups that warm the heart of any rifleman.
  • In this area you may see the brown creeper, tomtit, robin, bellbird, rifleman, wood pigeon, falcon and kea.
  • The key advantage of the M203 / M16 combination was that you could fire the grenade and then function as a rifleman without having to take time to reload.
  • Refinery - Sell after the Harverster comes out. Send the Rifleman to protect your expansion.
  • Shooting far, really far, in the mountains at inanimate targets with safe backstops is challenging and downright fascinating, even to the most practiced rifleman.
  • My state of anxiety was quickly dispelled when a rifleman flew onto a nearby branch in clear view.
  • He was an infantry rifleman and spent 18 months there as a sniper.
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