pathfinder

[ path-fahyn-der, pahth‐ ]SEE DEFINITION OF pathfinder

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So you see, to begin with, our pathfinder tells us the enemy ahead are three in number.

Besides this, they must read the messages left occasionally by their pathfinder.

It had been arranged that Elmer was to act as pathfinder and tracker.

Pathfinder showed off handsomely that day before the ladies.

He was "the Pathfinder," and second only to Daniel Boone as a frontier hero.

When the Pathfinder was struck the order was given, Every man for himself.

It is Kit Carson who might better have the title of pathfinder.

Thus ended his first expedition, which began his reputation as a pathfinder.

This exploit is worthy of description at the hands of the Pathfinder himself.

The dejected "pathfinder" begins his second day of captivity.

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