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Inside the country's only wildlife forensics lab, where scientists hunt down black-market animal smugglers.

As he did with Osama bin Laden, he vowed to hunt down those who scarred us—and he did.

He wants to hunt down Mujaheddin with his helicopter rockets without any shame.

The Obama Justice Department was too timid and short-staffed to hunt down the bad guys.

Dozens of other lists with names from those willing to help Nashi hunt down the musicians followed.

Men of Pax perhaps who had come to hunt down the outlaws who had successfully eluded their rule on earth?

To hunt down witches there, and to bring them to the stake, met with general approval.

Oh, for a Theseus to hunt down this Minotaur of false standards and wretched ideas of success!

"Property" is safe, for the citizens hunt down with extraordinary energy marauders whose object is simply plunder.

But when Pope undertakes to hunt down the vermin of literature, this is no distraction of the Parnassian realm by civil war.


On this page you'll find 159 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hunt down, such as: ascertain, bring to light, drive out, get at, sniff out, and uncover.

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