[ US /ˈtɹaɪbzmæn/ ]
[ UK /tɹˈa‍ɪbsmən/ ]
  1. someone who lives in a tribe
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How To Use tribesman In A Sentence

  • The North Albanian tribesman is an Albanian first. High Albania
  • When the family goes to town, Miles is imparted with a carving of the fabled Wendigo - an avenging part man, part stag, part demon - by a wise-old-sage tribesman who, sure enough, no one else sees.
  • A Transylvanian woman, an Inuit tribesman from the Icelandic tundra and others point and, in their native tongues, declare their preference for Burger King's flagship product. Fresh Palates for Burger King
  • Somewhere right now there's a tribesman in Samoa thinking, Brett Favre is texting a picture of his dick to a woman? Bill Maher: New Rule: If a Woman Rejects Your First Dozen Advances, Don't Send Her a Picture of Your Penis
  • Sheik Hamid Assem said Saturday that two days of fighting had killed 40 tribesman. Airstrikes kill 40 pro-government Yemeni tribesmen
  • He was a "tribesman," a Lur, from Luristan, in the west. Among the Believers
  • The Armour Maker's Tipi houses the tribesman most skilled in making the wooden armour common throughout the tribe.
  • Zach'ry who starts as another young and well intentioned if "ignorant" tribesman, has his life turned upside down by the orison and by contact with the last advanced tech survivors... Masterpieces of the 00's decade: "Cloud Atlas" by David Mitchell (Reviewed by Liviu Suciu)
  • They are as keenly felt by the African tribesman as by the European city-dweller, by the inhabitant of a Latin American shanty-town as by the resident of a Manhattan apartment.
  • The policy weakens the tribesman's faith in British fair play.
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