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  • adj. Being the subject of a hunt.
  • adj. Nervous and agitated, as if pursued.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of hunt.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. reflecting the fear or terror of one who is hunted


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  • Does or has anyone ever hunted from a canoe before and had good luck?

    Deer hunting from a canoe...a lost art?

  • That evening I hunted from a box blind, and the wind was perfect.

    Hunt for a Club-Footed Hog

  • We hunted from a ground blind that only had about 30 feet in front of it before the dense woods.

    Morality of the kill

  • I have hunted from a box blind for 4 years, and have had deer 4 yards away, if you make them right, you will be invisible to the deer, if not, you will be very disappointed.

    are box stands great for deer hunting

  • I don't hunt whitetails, have never hunted from a tree stand, and do not consider shooting animals over bait to be sporting or even hunting.

    Field and Stream vs.

  • He would surely be hunted from the day his plan is revealed until the end of times, or heaven fell from the sky whichever happens first.

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  • Now the Ranch I hunted is lacking Deer period, especially nice Bucks.

    Big Buck or Big Brother?

  • Injured by some accident -- perhaps his fall when he sprang past the wife of the man he foully murdered and dropped on the stage -- he was hunted from a swamp into a barn, and he was brought down by a shot from a common soldier's pistol.

    London: Saturday, May 13, 1865

  • They decided unanimously that Arthur was a fool - a Jacobin, a Jesuit in disguise - and that, as loyal Englishmen, they would have nothing to do with a milksop, who ought to be hunted from the country, if England was ever to prosper.

    Zoe: The History of Two Lives

  • It was known to none save me, and to me it had been a place of refuge and a defence, for in the wildness of my dream I thought that I had been persecuted and hunted from the society of man; and that in that lone cave and that romantic valley, I had found peace and security.

    The Last Man


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