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- n. An animal or person who forages
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who forages.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who forages; one who goes in search of food for horses or cattle.
- n. A foraging ant, an ant of the tropical and subtropical genus Eciton.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who hunts for food and provisions
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Atkinson's pork drew the admiration of a traveling "forager" from Chez Panisse, who tasted it at a Eugene meat market and was soon ordering as much as the farm could produce.
Of course, the park has always sheltered its share of hermits; one of the witnesses who had reported seeing Bob was a self-styled "forager" named John, who claimed to have lived there a dozen years and had told reporters he didn't want "criminal elements destroying the ecology of my home."
They have an eye to business, as well as pleasure, and the life of a "forager" becomes almost an art.
The "forager" replied that pig was an uncommon dish, this one having been kicked by one of the battery horses while stealing corn, and instantly killed.
Although the market guides nearly all of the serious kitchens on the Westside, Fig is a particularly dedicated disciple - the restaurant even goes so far as to designate an official "forager" who's charged with sourcing only the most pristine produce.
Ralph Lauren has a way of bringing out the inner cowboy/hunter/forager in people—even New Yorkers.
The food from chef Kris Morningstar was delicious and clearly fresh, but upon further inquiry, I discovered that the restaurant employs a "forager."
Hank is a lifetime angler, forager, and more recently, hunter.
Most people are sort of clueless as to the ways of the forager
And so it was that in 2010 the Nordic forager RenÃ© Redzepi (sounding much like an acid rock band) displaced the Spanish chemistry wizard Ferran Adria (for whom he once worked) as the world's numero uno chef.