from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A man armed with a bolo.


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  • And if American enterprise were fostered and encouraged in the neighbourhood of their holdings, good example might root them to the soil and convert the _boloman_ into the industrious husbandman.

    The Philippine Islands

  • Another boloman raised his weapon to administer the final cut which would end his life, but his raised hand seemed fixed in that position.

    Bamboo Tales

  • If "Tim" discovered something that he was certain was a death-dealing boloman, he would tiptoe over to Jones and hold a council of war.

    Bamboo Tales


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