The Denvilles were always passionately fond of field sports.
She was fond of field sports, yet knew not how to make the sign of the cross.
His tastes were domestic, his pastime, when not at his books, field sports.
Captain Hargate had been devoted to field sports and was an excellent naturalist.
They could shoot, but so could she, and allowing for the disadvantages of a woman in field sports, she was as good a shot as they.
The Canons did not attend church in their habits, and the clergy generally indulged in field sports.
A landowner followed, who in the month for sowing seed attends to his ploughing and is fond of field sports.
That Miss Wynn is fond of field sports—flood pastimes included—he has gathered from herself while rowing her up the river.
I have heard humanitarians, for instance, speak of vivisection and field sports as if they were the same kind of thing.
It appeals directly to every youth, whether he loves fiction or field sports, and has a charm even for boys of maturer age.