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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.
Norman Baker, the Lib Dem MP, has gained a reputation in Westminster as one of the best ferreters out of information.
Jammed into cupboards at home were archers 'bows, falconers' hoods, ferreters 'nets, cowboy chaps, driving whips and top hats.
The next day we sabbed a group of about 8 ferreters near Leeds.
'When I grew up, all the ferreters in Northampton made their own nets.