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- n. The survival skills of a bushman.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Knowledge and experience of the bush and its ways; skill in the methods and practical work of the bushman.
Irwin's feats of bushmanship and endurance during that time were astonishing.
The horsemanship and bushmanship displayed by these young Australians were very remarkable.
In his _Forest_, Mr. Stewart White gives us some lessons in bushmanship.
The faculty of bushmanship must be born in you; if you have it not naturally, training very rarely gives it.
I would, first of all, make myself acquainted with the habits and customs of the blacks, and pick up as much bushmanship and knowledge of the country as it was possible to acquire, in case I should have to travel inland in search of civilisation instead of oversea.
Yamba, of course, accompanied me on my expedition, and her bushmanship was altogether quite indispensable.
He knew nothing of bush life or bushmanship, navigation, or any art of travel.