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noun as in hunter

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To win, you had to beat out explorer Stephen Meek, a fur trapper and guide who pioneered an alternative route into Oregon called the Meek Cutoff.

A cordless, compact particle trapper with an informative real-time app, the water bottle-sized Wynd Plus is at home in a cup holder, hotel room, or cubicle.

The original “mountain man” was a skilled hunter and fur trapper.

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A poorly made trapper hat isn’t going to do you any good when the sun starts to set and temperatures drop.

Originally made from various furs and leathers, trapper hats have become a staple for those battling extreme cold.

The town of St. Charles near St. Louis was founded by a trapper named Blanchette.

Producers bought the wolf carcasses from a local trapper named Dick McDiarmid.

Rather than Hawkeye and Trapper John, we resemble a priest, holding a hand, helping someone die as easily as possible.

They have certain of the arts of the trapper, perhaps original with them, perhaps borrowed from their larger neighbors.

Finally, the trapper cocked his head and spoke, rather to the horse and Golemar than to Houston.

The last guest was just entering,—a tall trapper-like man who crossed the room to Mrs. Owen with a long, curious stride.

Puffing, as though the exertion had been his own, the trapper turned and stared down at his companion.

Thus it happened that often Jim had to be left at home, for to a solitary trapper the deer is a necessity.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to trapper, such as: chaser, deerstalker, falconer, fisherman, hawker, and huntress.

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