- Your countrymen are people who come from the same country (nation) that you are from.
- My fellow Americans are my countrymen.
- The student from Japan wished she could see more of her countrymen.
Usage note: "Countryman" usually means someone from your nation. A "country person" is usually someone who lives away from the city. So "country people" cannot be used in place of "countrymen," they mean different things.
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