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  • noun Feminine form of huntsman.

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Examples

  • The huntswoman wrote her own blog about her trip to Zimbabwe where she found the elephant in 2007.

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  • She used to be a great huntswoman, but now she feels as you do, and only shoots clay pigeons. '

    My Antonia

  • The huntswoman wrote her own blog about her trip to Zimbabwe where she found the elephant in 2007.

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  • The huntswoman wrote her own blog about her trip to Zimbabwe where she found the elephant in 2007.

    Latest News Breaking News and Current News from the UK and World Telegraph

  • Hunting was also in ancient times a Royal and noble sport: Alfred the Great hunted at twelve years of age; Athelstan, Edward the Confessor, Harold, William the Conqueror, William Rufus, and John were all good huntsmen; Edward II. reduced hunting to a science, and established rules for its practice; Henry IV. appointed a master of the game; Edward III. hunted with sixty couples of stag-hounds; Elizabeth was a famous huntswoman; and James I. preferred hunting to hawking or shooting.

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  • She used to be a great huntswoman, but now she feels as you do, and only shoots clay pigeons.”

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