Definitions

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  • adj. In which hunting does not take place.
  • adj. Not hunted.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ hunted

Examples

  • It may mean having to work a lil 'harder to find good unhunted or uncrowded archery spots, but if i complain about that i'd be one of the lazy, right?

    On The Crossbow Trend

  • If they were unhunted the coyotes would be in the farmers livestock more than what they are now.

    Wolf hunting Good? or Bad?

  • I think that has to do with them leasing land that was in many previous years unhunted or just hunted by permission of the landowners for free.

    Florida Deer Hunters Visit Ohio

  • Despite relatively nutrient-poor soils, the CSNR is dominated by pristine primary, lowland and montane, tropical rain forest, representing one of the largest tracts of undisturbed, uninhabited and unhunted primary forest in the tropics.

    Central Suriname Nature Reserve, Suriname

  • In the Deer Ridge study, several deer with home ranges that consisted of both the public hunting area and the refuge moved to the unhunted land once the guns began firing.

    Bucks Under Pressure

  • Too many people think opening weekend, with its uneducated, unhunted birds of the year, is the best time to hunt pheasants.

    The Trouble With Pheasant Hunting

  • The park had run wild, but was lovely in the gold of autumn; the game, so long unhunted, hardly heeded our passing.

    The Persian Boy

  • We were in a section now where the Indians never go, owing to the character of the river -- a section that is wholly untraveled and unhunted.

    The Long Labrador Trail

  • And I certainly anticipated in Russia something _queer_, -- the gentleman who speaks Romany seldom fails to achieve at least that, whenever he gets into an unbroken haunt, an unhunted forest, where the Romany rye is unknown, -- but nothing like what I really found.

    The Gypsies

  • What with those 'unhunted Helots' of his; and the uneven _sic-vos-non-vobis_ pressure and hard-crashing collision he is pleased to discern in existing things; what with the so hateful 'empty

    Sartor Resartus, and On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History

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