artilleryman


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ar·til·ler·y·man

 (är-tĭl′ə-rē-mən)
n.
A soldier in the artillery.

artilleryman

(ɑːˈtɪlərɪmən)
n, pl -men
(Military) a serviceman who serves in an artillery unit

ar•til•ler•y•man

(ɑrˈtɪl ə ri mən)

n., pl. -men.
a soldier serving in an artillery unit of the army.
Sometimes, ar•til′ler•ist.
[1625–35]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.artilleryman - a serviceman in the artilleryartilleryman - a serviceman in the artillery  
military man, serviceman, man, military personnel - someone who serves in the armed forces; a member of a military force; "two men stood sentry duty"
Translations

artilleryman

[ɑːˈtɪlərɪmən] N (artillerymen (pl)) → artillero m

artilleryman

n pl <-men> → Artillerist m
References in classic literature ?
The second monster followed the first, and at that the artilleryman began to crawl very cautiously across the hot heather ash towards Horsell.
He had gone for an unauthorised walk with Vixen early one Sunday morning, and a very young and foolish artilleryman (his battery had just moved to that part of the world) tried to steal them both.
About a mile up the road we came across our artilleryman sitting very stiffly on the edge of a culvert with a greasy handkerchief on his knees.
I instructed Garin to take him to the Fort, and Garm marched him solemnly up to the gate, one mile and a half under a hot sun, and I told the quarter-guard what had happened; but the young artilleryman was more angry than was at all necessary when they began to laugh.
Bagnet is an ex- artilleryman, tall and upright, with shaggy eyebrows and whiskers like the fibres of a coco-nut, not a hair upon his head, and a torrid complexion.
The third, the artilleryman, on the contrary, struck Katavasov very favorably.
Shayne plays the Artilleryman, a soldier who witnesses his squadron get destroyed by martians and wants to fight back.
I know of an artilleryman due to go to Afghanistan told he must stay in Catterick to be trained for Libya - just in case.
Jason Donovan's battered, deranged artilleryman was perhaps the standout dramatic performance, while a lilting narration beamed in by hologram by a young Richard Burton added poignancy.
Jason Donovan gave an uplifting vocal performance as The Artilleryman and the use of Richard Burton's iconic narration maintained a sense of authenticity, even during the pyrotechnical mayhem of the first half.
To this reviewer, an artilleryman, the single most useful part of this work is the detailed description of the inner workings of a light (75-millimeter) field artillery battery in combat.
With the help of NSO Inns, Stafford, the former artilleryman, had scored a direct hit.