hunting[ huhn-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF hunting
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HUNTING
There were also Shamans of hunting, of medicine and priestcraft.
She was fond of hunting, and could shoot at a mark with wonderful skill.
No, sir, the person he was hunting for was a man with a hundred camels.
In fact, Simba was at the moment sharpening his hunting knife in preparation.
"'Twould be like hunting for a pin in a haystack," said the Rev. Hilary Jones.
But hunting does not make one wholly a brute, crying, 'Kill, kill!'
Vaudemont, you are bolder in hunting, they tell me, than you are at whist.
Let 'Reed-that-bends' go on the hunting path; he will meet them.
Here, take my hunting shirt and cap, and give me your blanket and hat.
"It would be nice to be hunting them, instead of men," said Whitley.