Definition of lawman in English:

lawman

Syllabification: law·man
Pronunciation: /ˈlôˌmən, -man
 
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noun (plural lawmen)

A law-enforcement officer, especially a sheriff.
More example sentences
  • The protesters sought police protection but a high-ranking officer ordered lawmen to withdraw and allowed the attackers to set upon the demonstrators.
  • As such, early episodes represent an update of classic Westerns, with tough lawmen attempting to patrol the ‘new frontier’ which a change in society has wrought.
  • The wife of a deceased lawman would never consider a proposal from a fugitive.

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