Definition of huntsman
1 : hunter 1a
2 : a person who manages a hunt and looks after the hounds
Examples of huntsman in a Sentence
the huntsman presented the king with two pheasants for the royal table
Recent Examples of huntsman from the Web
In 2008, a huntsman spider was named Heteropoda davidbowie to celebrate the artist.
In October of last year, a video emerged showing an enormous Huntsman spider dragging a mouse up a wall and trying to eat it.
Ms. Copeland was aided as well by having Roman Zhurbin as Hilarion, the village huntsman in love with Giselle.
Taking the place of Jay Hunter Morris, who withdrew from the run for personal reasons, the clarion, sensitive tenor AJ Glueckert had a solid Met debut as Erik, the earnest huntsman who loves Senta.
The farmers often hire the huntsmen to cull the boars.
Redbacks, huntsmen, golden orbs, and St. Andrews Cross spiders are said to be particularly prevalent.
The Cabin in the Woods and was the huntsman in Snow White and the Huntsman.
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First Known Use of huntsman
HUNTSMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of huntsman for English Language Learners
: a person (especially a man) who hunts wild animals
: a person (especially a man) who manages a group of people who are hunting wild animals
HUNTSMAN Defined for Kids
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