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noun as in a person who hunts

noun as in a dog or horse bred for hunting

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Example Sentences

They are impressive animals, solitary hunters blessed with incredible power and athleticism.

Biologist Mattson is alarmed by the abrupt 2008 rise in grizzly mortality from conflicts both with livestock and hunters.

However, this practice does potentially expose hunters to the pathogens carried on these animals.

Not only did it allow development of a delicate habitat, but hunters could now hunt the threatened species from a helicopter.

In the past year, 29 African rangers were killed protecting wildlife from nefarious hunters.

When we'd finished, one of the hunters rounded up the horses and we caught our nags and saddled them.

One or two of the buffalo-hunters exchanged words with us while Mac was building his cigarette and lighting it.

At an early hour next morning the train of wagons got into motion, and the hunters went out to their usual occupation.

All men are not heroes, and in many countries men may become average hunters without being particularly heroic.

The female elephant killed by our hunters at this time was a comparatively small one.


On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hunters, such as: hawker, pursuant, deerstalker, huntsman, sportsman, and trapper.

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