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
Bartenders and liquor-industry insiders used to be the only ones obsessed with hunting exclusive bottles of booze.
Every toy store has a Teddy Bear, its name inspired by a 1902 Mississippi hunting trip by Theodore Roosevelt.
The Fédération Nationale des Chasseurs, the national body, claims 1.1m still hold hunting licences; animal-rights activists say the real figure is lower.
That a simple change in the concentration of food could lead to such unusual behavior speaks to how prey density can drive the evolution of new hunting strategies, Cade suggested.
He and a friend left home at about 4 a.m. to go hunting.
Okapis, which live in the forests of Central Africa, are currently listed as endangered and are subject to hunting and habitat loss.
These devices can dramatically increase the body count of a mass shooting but do not make a gun more useful for legitimate purposes such as self-defense or hunting.
While a great white shark's 300 serrated teeth are an amazing hunting adaptation, what's even more amazing is their replaceability.
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First Known Use of hunting
before 12th century
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