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Norseman

[nawrs-muh n] /ˈnɔrs mən/
noun, plural Norsemen.
1.
Origin of Norseman
1810-1820
1810-20; Norse + man1
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  • “The good God only knows,” said the Norseman, taking off his cap.

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  • But a heathen at heart and a Norseman in spirit, he did not intend to keep this promise.

  • The Norseman, while still an unbaptized buccaneer, laid low every Merovingian and Carolingian edifice.

    How France Built Her Cathedrals Elizabeth Boyle O'Reilly
  • And let each take his weapons, nor care how many Danes there be to one Norseman.'

  • Engaged in wars with each other, Dane and Norseman had no leisure to think of reconquering England.

  • The reply was as near a shrug of the shoulders as a Norseman can accomplish.

    Elsket Thomas Nelson Page
  • The shrewd Norseman quickly devised a promising plan within the depths of his astute brain.

  • He is about to hail the approaching Norseman, when a doubt restrains him.

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  • They differ in no way in their wanton cruelty to Norseman and Dane.

  • “Look yonder,” said the first Norseman, jerking his thumb over his shoulder.

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British Dictionary definitions for Norseman

Norseman

/ˈnɔːsmən/
noun (pl) -men
1.
another name for a Viking
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