@ReiKai: American Heritage Dictionary on the English Language 4th Edition?
Really? I think I would take the word of Collins or Oxford over an American English Dictionary (No Offence intended) considering it is you know, an English establishment who wrote and all.
noun (plural swordsmen)
- a man who fights with a sword (typically with his level of skill specified): an expert swordsman
Taken straight from the Oxford Dictionary. (Here is the web page if you would rather look at it yourself (The link function wont work for me at the moment I think it may be a new plugin that installed today: http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/swordsman?q=Swordsman )
You should have posted something from an English institute considering American English and Modern/Old English differ in different ways my friend (Mainly over spelling but quite a few definitions are altered between the two too, such as, I would say colour while you would spell it color etc. It was mainly due to your country breaking free from our rule and you wanted to disassociate America from the UK) , and I would rather take the original English over the American English simply because it is called English for a reason.
How many times do I have to keep knocking you down before you stop getting back up? Because I have alot of time on my hands currently.
Why dont you just concede and say "Yes fine he wins" and move on to the next one which seems to be "Tenchi Masaki"
@MisterShin: Good Choice btw I was going to post him today but you beat me to it haha.
Oh and also Resonable level of intelligence? I have an IQ of 131(Not really important but I thought I would add it in anyway) and I also have an A+ Grade in my English A Level (Not to mention 2 other grades but they are not important for this). And you're the one telling me about my language?
That is just silly.