Examples of hunting in a Sentence
His hobbies include hunting and fishing.
The law prohibits the hunting of migratory birds.
She likes to go hunting.
Recent Examples of hunting from the Web
Its service center sells hunting and fishing licenses and provides other services to about 5,500 people a year.
Even in this rural patch of natural gas fields and deer hunting grounds, where the closest Whole Foods is more than 100 miles away, Amazon’s influence is deeply felt.
His achievements gave him an aura of invincibility, but in fact, there are very good reasons why the NCAA is no easy hunting ground for Snyder.
When young lions grow of age, the big males will drive them off, and force them to find their own hunting grounds.
Growing up in Sonsonate, El Salvador, Najarro spent his childhood fishing and hunting with his father and brothers.
A few months later, in the summer of 2013, Dick's opened the first of its line of specialty Field and Stream stores, geared toward hunting and fishing.
Then there's hunting and fishing and bayous and bays.
There also will be live trout fishing and fishing and hunting seminars.
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First Known Use of hunting
before 12th century
HUNTING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hunting for English Language Learners
: the activity or sport of chasing and killing wild animals
: the activity of searching for something
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