huntsman

[ huhnts-muh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF huntsman
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"Oh, it is only a robin," said the huntsman, and with a careless laugh he went on his way.

Note: Yang Oerlang is a huntsman, as is indicated by his falcon and hound.

"Thanks, my friend," and the huntsman was about to gallop off.

"I could have sworn that his bugle sounded from this very spot," said the huntsman.

"I thought that his Highness had been here," said the huntsman.

The huntsman having seized the fawn, will hand it to the keeper.

Any attempt to capture the young pigs will cost the huntsman some rough work.

One thing they must not do, and that is, leave the scent and return crestfallen to the huntsman.

All this that huntsman heard, and he thought to himself, “Woe is me!”

When they got home the nobleman commanded them to bring the huntsman before him.

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