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  • n. Plural form of huntsman.

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Examples

  • The little tailor called the huntsmen thither, that they might see the prisoner with their own eyes.

    Types of Children's Literature

  • He called his huntsmen together and told them to search everywhere.

    The Laughing Prince Jugoslav Folk and Fairy Tales

  • The little tailor called the huntsmen thither that they might see the prisoner with their own eyes.

    The Valiant Little Tailor

  • The huntsmen were the cooks, but the greatest order was preserved; and though the Emirs and the great

    Tancred Or, The New Crusade

  • Then the little tailor called the huntsmen that they might see the prisoner with their own eyes; and then he betook himself to the king, who now, whether he liked it or not, was obliged to fulfil his promise, and give him his daughter and the half of his kingdom.

    Household Stories by the Brothers Grimm

  • Nor let it be thought that I mistake, when I call these or the like exercises of manual arts, diversions or recreations: for recreation is not being idle (as every one may observe) but easing the wearied part by change of business: and he that thinks diversion may not lie in hard and painful labour, forgets the early rising, hard riding, heat, cold and hunger of huntsmen, which is yet known to be the constant recreation of men of the greatest condition.

    Some Thoughts Concerning Education. Sections 201-210

  • 19 July, 2010 by sporting a fetching "Master of Hounds" jacket - specially designed for "huntsmen" of the canine variety.

    Horse & Hound Online news

  • Afterwards, Moppet was scooped up by one of the huntsmen, and later returned to her owners, Les and Margaret Atkinson, in an empty dog food sack.

    One law for townies and one for country folk | Barbara Ellen

  • Artists through the ages have been spellbound by nature's splendor, and the bounty of many huntsmen is no exception.

    What's On Around Europe

  • The Countryside Alliance welcomed a High Court ruling on the definition of hunting which it says will make it more difficult to successfully prosecute huntsmen under the Government's hunt ban.

    Brit Sportsmen Welcome New Hunting Definition

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