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  • n. Plural form of ferreter.


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  • With that failure, the professionals forfeited their claim to special privilege or unique public role as challengers of official wrongdoing and ferreters of truth.

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  • Norman Baker, the Lib Dem MP, has gained a reputation in Westminster as one of the best ferreters out of information.

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  • Jammed into cupboards at home were archers 'bows, falconers' hoods, ferreters 'nets, cowboy chaps, driving whips and top hats.

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  • The next day we sabbed a group of about 8 ferreters near Leeds.

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  • 'When I grew up, all the ferreters in Northampton made their own nets.

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