head hunter[ hed-huhn-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF head hunter
Synonyms for head hunter
- employment recruiter
- employment service
- executive search agency
- temporary agency
- temporary service
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“We waited for him all night, that head hunter,” Mell explained.
As she whirled about she saw to her horror that there, standing in the doorway, was the head hunter.
A shadow passed over her brow as she thought of the head hunter.
"You won't find lions and tigers in herds, like elephants though," said the head hunter.
No need of explaining his absence; he was the head hunter of the expedition; it was his business to wander.
This course, she had thought during the night, might seem a bit dangerous with the head hunter still at large.
Smith was to act as head hunter and guide and Thomson more particularly look after the cooking and camp generally.
Had Tom been a head hunter with tin cans in his ears, Nancy would have loved him at that moment.
So soon as an advantage is obtained, a new and (to us) horrible animal appears upon the scene—the Head Hunter.