Definition of Orangeman in English:


Syllabification: Or·ange·man
Pronunciation: /ˈôrənjmən, ˈär-

noun (plural Orangemen)

A member of the Orange Order, a Protestant political society in Northern Ireland.
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  • The marching by Orangemen through nationalist areas has been contentious since the organisation's inception.
  • In 1998 the New Labour government refused to concede to the Orangemen.
  • By that he means the right of Orangemen to parade in nationalist areas.

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