Hunter - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈhʌntər|  American pronunciation of the word hunter
Brit.  |ˈhʌntə|  British pronunciation of the word hunter


- someone who hunts game (syn: huntsman)
- a person who searches for something
a treasure hunter
- a constellation on the equator to the east of Taurus; contains Betelgeuse and Rigel (syn: orion)
- a watch with a hinged metal lid to protect the crystal

Extra examples

...hunters must have a license to shoot deer...

The hunter skinned the rabbit and prepared it for cooking. aggressive bargain hunter rushed to make a covetous grab for the last marked-down TV...

...the fortune hunter's insinuating attentions were having their intended effect on the naive heiress...

The fox managed to outwit the hunter by hiding in a tree.

Because Hunter had been a perpetual Peter Pan, accepting the bleak reality of his death came hard.

The hunter plucked the bird's feathers.

The hunter was relentless in pursuit of his prey.

The hunter brought down a deer.

The hunter discharged his gun into the air.

Please, give my best respects to Mrs. Hunter.

Loosing off his last arrow, the hunter prayed that the deer would fall.

She claims to channel the spirit of a 2,000-year-old hunter.

Briefly, the hunter and his quarry glared at each other.

O hunter, and O blower of the horn.

Word forms

singular: hunter
plural: hunters
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