American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A man who is a native or inhabitant of Wales.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A native of the principality of Wales, or a member of the Welsh race.
- n. A local name of the black-bass and of the squirrel-fish.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A native or inhabitant of Wales; one of the Welsh.
- n. Southern U. S., Southern U. S. A squirrel fish.
- n. Southern U. S. The large-mouthed black bass. See Black bass.
- n. a native or resident of Wales
- Welsh + -man (Wiktionary)
“Garic, an evolutionary linguist and Welshman, is out to change that.”
“Bradley Dredge, a Welshman, is three behind the leader, followed by Tim Clark of South Africa, Luke Donald of England and Jim Furyk.”
“He too, whom you call the Welshman, and deride for his delight in songful gatherings, harps to wild Wales, his Cambrian highlands, and not to England.”
“He too, whom you call the Welshman, and deride for his delight in songful gatherings, harps to wild Wales, his Cambrian highlands, and not to”
“The Welshman is a teetotaller, who does not frequent pubs or clubs.”
“In 1400 Lord Grey informed Glyndwr too late of a Royal command to levy feudal troops for Scottish border service, thus being able to call the Welshman a traitor in London Court circles.”
“The Welshman was a little miracle of Celtic grace -- the very incarnation of doggy sharpness.”
“Of course, you can't succeed on the track without pure athletics ability even if Kriss Akabusi, still the holder of the British 400m hurdles record, reckons the Welshman is a slow starter but what sets Greene apart is his unflinching desire to get over that line first.”
“Williams is back to provisional world number one as he eyes a third world title Welshman Mark Williams took a 5-3 lead over Northern Ireland's Mark Allen after a high-quality first session of their World Championship quarter-final.”
“No, becaase you're an Englishman -- that is, a Welshman -- I beg your honour's pardon.”
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