An inhabitant or a settler of the plains, especially of the prairie regions of the United States.(noun)
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Use "plainsman" in a sentence
"In those rarefied heights where normal activities for a plainsman are a torture, waging a war would seem to be an impossible proposition."
"It is just as they pass the village of the prairie dogs that he points to the low valley down to the front and questions the "plainsman" who lopes along by his side, --"
"Yes | No | Report from plainsman wrote 20 weeks 3 days ago"