outdoorsman

[ US /ˈaʊtˈdɔɹzmən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a person who spends time outdoors (e.g., hunting or fishing)
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How To Use outdoorsman In A Sentence

  • The outdoorsman has been a member of the active, high-mountain riding group, formed in 2002, for about a year now. Yakima Herald-Republic Weekly News
  • I think that being an outdoorsman is manly enough, why over roast it? Would You Buy a Bullet From This Man?
  • Strong chin, small ears, prominent straight nose of a shape that foreshadowed bulbousness in middle age, an outdoorsman’s tan, yellowish-brown eyes under heavy brows, a low forehead almost totally hidden by a thick wave of sandy hair. When the Bough Breaks
  • My adventurous spirit complemented the Pacific Northwest lifestyle, where people embraced the term outdoorsman wholeheartedly. Becoming the Natural
  • His other interests include history and politics, travel, outdoorsmanship, and, especially, a daughter named-appropriately enough"Astrid. Ensign Flandry
  • Ferdinand was a highly skilled outdoorsman, having excelled in alpinism. An Armenian Blog About Life in Armenia
  • The Hunter Revolver is the definitive knife for the outdoorsman, hunter, archer, fisherman, and sportsman.
  • You are thought of as an avid environmentalist and you've built a reputation as an outdoorsman.
  • Like other people who lived "on the hill, " 7 600 feet above sea level, I was a nuclear scientist and a soccer dad, an outdoorsman, an active participant in this special scientific world.
  • I think mitching and boaning about Obama is a safe bet with any outdoorsman. Leave It At The Dock
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