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Synonyms for Hunt

hunt for something or someone


  • search for
  • look for
  • try to find
  • seek for
  • forage for
  • rummage for
  • scour for
  • look high and low
  • fossick for
  • go in quest of
  • ferret about for

Synonyms for Hunt

to look for and pursue (game) in order to capture or kill it

to try to find something

hunt down: to pursue and locate

Synonyms for Hunt

Englishman and Pre-Raphaelite painter (1827-1910)

United States architect (1827-1895)

British writer who defended the Romanticism of Keats and Shelley (1784-1859)

an association of huntsmen who hunt for sport

an instance of searching for something

Related Words

the activity of looking thoroughly in order to find something or someone

the work of finding and killing or capturing animals for food or pelts

pursue or chase relentlessly

chase away, with as with force

yaw back and forth about a flight path

oscillate about a desired speed, position, or state to an undesirable extent

Related Words

seek, search for

Related Words

search (an area) for prey

References in periodicals archive ?
While the ban is challenged, hunts continue to operate by using the drag hunting method, using the scent of a fox to lay a trail for the hounds to overcome the outlawing of the traditional chase and kill.
The hunt continued as darkness fell and hogs were on the move.
Thousands of people were out supporting their local hunts in the West Midlands.
Joint master Richard de Prez, also of Cheshire Forest, said the hunt, which was following a trail laid down by a man, did not intend to break the law.
Lodges in the mecca of pheasant hunting--South Dakota--have so many birds on their property that it can be dizzying to hunt there.
Combining the marketing reach of Coldwell Banker Hunt Kennedy with our property management talent will allow each of us to excel at what we do best.
This claim introduces a series of chapters that traces the representation of the hunt through Shakespeare's plays and poems.
Ernie Eves, leader of the Progressive Conservative Party, told an audience in Kenora that he was open to reinstating the hunt under certain conditions.
Drawing on these rich sources of data, Hunt conveys the complicated, multiple entanglements and engagements of biomedical and local childbirth ideas and practices in a manner that challenges more simplified, dualistic arguments and judgments about the relationship (whether positive or negative) between biomedicine and local therapies.
They may hunt walruses and polar bears without regulation by the state of Alaska.
Humans' stone and bone tools lacked these features until about the time Homo erectus appeared, reports Hunt of Massey University in Palmerston North, New Zealand.
Supplemental cash was needed to augment the corn income, and Mullin decided to sell the right to hunt the pheasants that were helping themselves to his crops.
BLB Family Housing, LLC is comprised of Pinnacle AMS Development Company, LLC of Irvine, California and Hunt Building Corporation of El Paso, Texas.
This will bring the number of refuges where the public may hunt up to 373 and up to 311 where fishing is permitted.