GNU Webster's 1913
- n. obsolete A hunter.
“And to the ende that heate or colde should the lesse trouble them, they vse to wade ouer brookes, and swimme ouer riuers, and so to rowme and to hunte the fieldes, and to eate and drinke in their armour, and wette clothes.”
“Thei hunte, and exercise themselues in wrastlinge, other thing doe thei not.”
“Migte neure diuel witen. ðog he be derne hunte. hu he dun come.”
“That he wold hunte in the mowntayns off Chyviat within days thre,”
“Who gave youe leave to hunte in this Chyviat chays, in the spyt of myn and of me. ”
“In Menelaus there was no wisedom, to seke and hunte after Helena, or by any meanes to possesse her, she be - yng a harlotte, her loue alienated, her hart possessed with the loue of an other manne: foolishlie he hopeth to possesse loue,”
A booke called the Foundacion of Rhetorike because all other partes of Rhetorike are grounded thereupon, euery parte sette forthe in an Oracion vpon questions, verie profitable to bee knowen and redde
“To whome making as though hee would goe hunte the Hare, he went to meete the Duchesse: and hauing discouered them a farre of in a fielde, the Lady Isabelle did forthwith knowe theim.”
“Who gave youe leave to hunte in this Chyviat chays,”
“That he would hunte in the mountayns of Cheviot within days thre,”
“— An acclaimed elk herd in Yellowstone National Park took a major hit last year, with biologists saying almost one in four of the animals were lost, mainly to predators and hunte...”
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