• WordNet 3.6
    • n earthman an inhabitant of the earth
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In literature:

He was, in short, a "normal" Earthman.
"Thin Edge" by Gordon Randall Garrett
She can help us get the Earthman from the Amphibians!
"Rastignac the Devil" by Philip José Farmer
The earthman was rampant and insulting.
"A Year in the Fields" by John Burroughs
The Earthman ignored the gesture.
"Bride of the Dark One" by Florence Verbell Brown
Maybe it had once been an Earthman, but it was unrecognizable now!
"One Purple Hope!" by Henry Hasse
This was notable, because the boy was an Earthman.
"The Wealth of Echindul" by Noel Miller Loomis
The paper was a claim record, registered in the name of Laird Martin, Earthman.
"Master of the Moondog" by Stanley Mullen
But if they are not refused it, perhaps the Earthman's superiors will cooperate, Daleb!
"The Women-Stealers of Thrayx" by Fox B. Holden
Who wasn't an earthman?
"The Scarlet Lake Mystery" by Harold Leland Goodwin
No Earthman nearby, no force fields, nothing.
"The Very Secret Agent" by Mari Wolf
So the Paste of Strange Dreams was added to the Earthman's burden.
"Astounding Stories, June, 1931" by Various
The Earthman's jaw sagged.
"The Reluctant Weapon" by Howard L. Myers
The Earthman walked to the place where the Cytha had fallen and picked up, one by one, the bits of bleeding flesh.
"The World That Couldn't Be" by Clifford Donald Simak
But you need not fear us, Earthman.
"Assassin" by Jesse Franklin Bone
The Earthman hurried after, afraid of being lost in the almost impenetrable night.
"Feet Of Clay" by Phillip Hoskins
And another thud as the body of the giant landed with breath-taking force across that of the Earthman.
"Castle of Terror" by E.J. Liston
Every earthman who killed an earthman was depriving him personally, of a victim.
"Earth Alert!" by Kris Neville
Suddenly a second Earthman, a short length of pipe in his right hand, came out of a doorway across the street and ran toward him.
"Delayed Action" by Charles Vincent De Vet
To an Earthman's face.
"Tony and the Beetles" by Philip K. Dick
Presently he drew forth a very thin rectangle of a substance resembling ivory, and handed it to the Earthman.
"The Revolt of the Star Men" by Raymond Gallun