hunt[ huhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF hunt
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HUNT
But mostly they hunt for this Andrew Lanning a dozen at a time.
I am starting on a hunt in darkest Deanery for my cuff links.
But, when I'm out of this, I'll hunt you down again and I'll plant you full of lead, my son!
He did not even lose his high standing because he would not hunt Andrew alone.
So long as he don't get on my back to hunt other people, I don't care.
Why should a coyote, who is the least of all wolves, hunt for himself when he can find a man to follow?
I waited on War Bonnet when he went to the hunt, and learned war-craft from him.
I will hunt out General O'Neill, and interview him on the field of slaughter.
Let's go and hunt him up—and we can settle about the pictures at the same time.
"We were going to hunt up a parson in Upper Chester," said the Captain, sheepishly.