Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|a trail through a wood beaten down by a stag.
|alan aland alant
|a large hunting-dog.
|a huntsman's cry of halloo.
|opposed to hunting.
|opposed to hunting.
|a small African hunting-dog.
|to catch birds at night by confusing them with light.
|one who BATFOWLS, catches birds at night by confusing them with light.
|indiscriminate slaughter; the driving of game towards slaughter.
|a breed of dog; (verb) to hunt with beagles.
|one who hunts with beagles.
|hunting with beagles.
|to catch in a net, to ensnare > BENETS, BENETTING, BENETTED.
|to catch or snare birds > BIRDS, BIRDING, BIRDED.
|a sticky substance used to trap birds; (verb) to smear or catch (as) with birdlime > BIRDLIMES, BIRDLIMING, BIRDLIMED.
|one who, or that which, scares another; specifically, a person stationed to prevent the escape of the deer, at a hunt.
|a end-of-hunt ceremony whereby hunting novices are smeared with the blood of the dead fox.
|a dog used to hunt boar.
|to hunt with a bow and arrow.
|a person who hunts with a bow and arrow.
|a female hound > BRACHES or BRACHS.
|hound used for hunting deer.
|a hunter; a liveried hotel attendant.
|a net made to clap together suddenly by pulling a string.
|a dog trained to hunt raccoons.
|a place of shelter for animals; (verb, arch.) to pass by; to outstrip (as one dog another) > COTES, COTING, COTED.
|to cause hounds to chase game.
|= QUARRY, the parts of an animal killed in hunting that were given to the hounds.
|of or related to hunting.
|a type of trap.
|a hound used to hunt deer.
|the sport of stalking deer.
|shooting with dogs.
|to catch in a snare.
|one who hunts with ferrets.
|the dung of deer, hares etc.
|furnished with hanging lips, as hounds are.
|the pendulous corners of a hound's lips.
|to hunt birds.
|one that fowls.
|the act of hunting for wildfowl > FOWLINGS.
|a hound used for hunting foxes.
|(verb) to hunt foxes.
|one who hunts foxes.
|the dung of deer, hares etc. Also FEWMET. 2. the scent of game when high, in which sense also FUMETTE.
|a dog trained to work with a hunter or gamekeeper.
|the act or practice of hunting or shooting game with a gun.
|to make (a dog) useless for hunting (by cutting the balls of its feet).
|a medium-sized scenting dog for hunting hares
|a cry to encourage hounds; to utter such a cry.
|a dog bred for hunting; (verb) to pursue.
|an interjection to encourage hounds.
|to pursue for food or sport.
|that can be hunted.
|one that hunts; a horse used for hunting.
|an instance of searching.
|a female hunter.
|a light used especially in hunting at night.
|jaeger jager yager
|keddah kheda khedah
|an enclosure used for the capture of wild elephants.
|a type of small hunting-dog.
|the hunting of ferrets etc. by using bright lights to lure them out of their holes.
|a catcher of larks.
|to capture in a type of animal trap.
|a raised platform, esp. in a tree, to watch for game.
|a small hole or gap through which a wild animal passes; (verb) to pass through a MEUSE.
|to pass through a MEUSE > MEWSES, MEWSING, MEWSED.
|the note sounded on a hunting horn when an animal is killed.
|a MEUSE, a gap in a fence or thicket through which an animal passes.
|in New Zealand, a person who hunts muttonbirds.
|a shot in the neck of an animal.
|a jocular name for a hunter.
|one who does not hunt.
|not given to hunting.
|lacking the qualities of a sporting dog.
|to surpass in hunting.
|to hunt to excess.
|in foxhunting, an ox-fence.
|to hunt pigs with a spear on horseback > PIGSTICKS, PIGSTICKING, PIGSTICKED or PIGSTUCK.
|one who sticks pigs.
|a lightly covered hole as a trap.
|one who hunts game for the pot.
|the object of a pursuit; the parts of an animal killed in hunting that were given to the hounds; (verb) to dig out, excavate.
|one who catches rabbits.
|rach rache ratch
|a dog that hunts by scent.
|a Shakespearian form of RECHEAT.
|a strain given on the horn to call back the hounds when they have lost track of the game; (verb) to sound the recheat > RECHEATS, RECHEATING, RECHEATED.
|a kind of hunting dog.
|an appellation applied after the manner of a proper name to the fox.
|a kind of large hunting dog.
|a bird, especially a pheasant, which, being flushed, rises straight in the air like a rocket.
|the act of engaging in direct action to prevent a targeted activity, esp fox hunting.
|a hunter's or traveller's party or caravan, esp. in E. Africa; (verb) to go on safari > SAFARIS, SAFARIING, SAFARIED.
|a person who goes on SAFARI.
|a hound used in hunting gazelles.
|to void excrement.
|one who hunts seals.
|hunting, game; (verb) to hunt (animal) as sport.
|a hunter, esp. of big game.
|a huntsman who dodges jumps.
|a MEUSE, a space through which an animal track passes.
|one who sets snares.
|(Shakesp.) a huntsman's halloo.
|a track or trail left by a hunted animal; (verb) to follow a trail.
|one who spoors, a tracker.
|a snare with noose and spring; (verb) to snare in a springe > SPRINGES, SPRINGING or SPRINGEING, SPRINGED.
|a snare, a SPRINGE.
|a hound used for hunting stags.
|one who stalks.
|in Newfoundland, a seal hunter.
|the activity of hunting seals.
|a hunting cry; (verb) to utter a hunting cry > TALLYHOS, TALLYHOING, TALLYHOED.
|a hunting cry.
|a headlong dash or rapid gallop; (interj.) expressive of galloping or (later) expressive of the sound of the hunting-horn.
|a circle of men who close in round a herd of deer.
|a call to pointers or setters to stop.
|to lure or decoy.
|a method of decoying ducks etc by exciting theirattention.
|to catch in a trap > TRAPS, TRAPPING, TRAPPED or (obs.) TRAPT.
|a series of traps.
|a hound that drives deer out of cover.
|(verb) to hunt turtles or tortoises. [These latter are pursued with the aid of very short-legged dogs called tortoise-hounds, specially bred for slowness so as to give the quarry a sporting chance. Hunts have been known to last for weeks...]
|one who TURTLES.
|to throw off the hounds.
|to unmuzzle or unsew the mouth (of a ferret).
|related to hunting > VENATICALLY.
|pertaining to hunting.
|a gamekeeper; a hunter.
|hunting; also, the pursuit of sexual gratification.
|a Hungarian breed of hunting dog.
|the killing of a fox other than by hunting.
|of sufficient age to be hunted.
|one who hunts waterfowl.
|one who hunts wildfowl.
|the sport of hunting wildfowl.
|a hunter of wolves.
|hound used to hunt wolves.
|the hunting of wolves for their skins.
|to hunt for wolves.
|a hunting cry to urge the hounds after the fox; (verb) to utter this cry.