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The venery was a little further off, drawing toward the park.
And very carefully the Queen's Highness observeth the laws of the chase, of venery and hawking.
Thus beasts of forest (the “five wild beasts of venery”) were the hart, the hind, the hare, the boar and the wolf.
Venery, ven′ėr-i, n. the act or exercise of hunting: the sports of the chase.
The same word gives us venery—the term that was used in the fourteenth century, by Chaucer among others, for hunting.
This word seems to have remained in use in England long after it had disappeared from the language of French venery.
THE MASTER OF GAMESECOND DUKE OF YORK, EDWARD
According to the laws of Canute the fox was neither reckoned as a beast of venery nor of the forest.
THE MASTER OF GAMESECOND DUKE OF YORK, EDWARD
In the early days of venery the whole pack was not allowed to hunt at the commencement of the chase.
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The adjective, used in venery of a buck of the third year, is a diminutive of Old Fr.
That is a treatise on venery written by a scientific man of Lucca for the famous Castruccio Castracani.
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