from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A man who spends considerable time in outdoor pursuits, such as hunting and fishing.
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- n. a man who spends time in outdoor pursuits or sports
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- n. a person who spends time outdoors (e.g., hunting or fishing)
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My adventurous spirit complemented the Pacific Northwest lifestyle, where people embraced the term outdoorsman wholeheartedly.
I think that being an outdoorsman is manly enough, why over roast it?
That said, a wise approach for the intrepid outdoorsman is to plan for trouble by installing an electric winch.
What makes you think that its view of hunters/outdoorsman is any different from the contemptuous view that most liberals share?
The outdoorsman has been a member of the active, high-mountain riding group, formed in 2002, for about a year now.
Carbondale man killed in Vail shooting described as outdoorsman, family man
In addition to some time outdoors spent tracking, hunting and fishing, these experiences have given me an "outdoorsman" background.
Crawford was an "outdoorsman," and loved to hunt and fish, Burlingame said.
I was checking through the forum and guess what, the "outdoorsman" sells airsoft and paintball products.
Just because someone is an impressive outdoorsman, that just might mean he can't relate to how hard it is for the regular guy to do what seems natural to him.
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