One who is impaneled on a jury, or who serves as a juror.(noun)
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Use "juryman" in a sentence
"But the plea of insanity, with its vague test of responsibility, whose terms the juryman may construe for himself (or which his fellow-jurors may construe for him) offers an unlimited and fertile field for the"
"A member of the assembly decides about future events, a juryman about past events: while those who merely decide on the orator's skill are observers."
"A juryman surmised that the deceased slipped as he was watching the waves, pointing out that his hat was found on the stones."