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noun as in person who lives/works in the woods

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Marc saves the archaeologist's daughter, Marlene, leading to a major fight with Bushman.

Instead, it seems one clever Bushman invented the bow, and then everyone else adopted it.

This is the tale of a guy named John Bjornstrom, better known as the Bushman of the Shuswap, who lived as a fugitive in a remote cave in the British Columbia wilderness for two years until being captured by police two decades ago.

Bushman was introduced to TikTok by her niece early on in the pandemic.

Anyone can spontaneously go viral on TikTok, an aspect of the app that benefits creators like Bushman, who doesn’t put much thought into curating her visual brand.

Grass and dead leaves were still tinder to a spark, and a Bushman knows when he must respect that state of things.

Low as may be the standard of a Bushman's intellect, there is a species peculiar to him in which he appears to excel.

They still heard the Bushman's voice, and to their dismay beyond it the screams of little Jan.

A bow, essentially similar to that which he employs in the chase, affords the Bushman a simple stringed instrument.

The Bushman must here be excluded from consideration, since, as we shall see, he was clearly affected by external influences.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bushman, such as: backwoodsman, and woodsman.

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