Definition of Still hunt

1. Noun. A hunt for game carried on by following it stealthily or waiting in ambush.

Exact synonyms: Stalk, Stalking
Generic synonyms: Hunt, Hunting
Specialized synonyms: Deerstalking
Derivative terms: Stalk, Stalk



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Still Hunt

stilet
stilets
stiletto
stiletto heel
stilettoed
stilettoes
stilettoing
stilettos
stiling
still
still-born
still-fish
still-hunt
still-life
still and all
still hunt (current term)
still life
still lifes
still room
still water
still water runs deep
still waters run deep
still wine
stillage
stillages
stillatitious
stillatories
stillatory
stillbirth
stillbirths

Literary usage of Still hunt

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1. History of California by Theodore Henry Hittell (1898)
"His plan was very appropriately called a "still-hunt," and resulted not only in a very heavy vote for Buchanan but also in a decided majority for Broderick. ..."

2. History of California by Theodore Henry Hittell (1897)
"His plan was very appropriately called a "still-hunt," and resulted not only in a very heavy vote for Buchanan but also in a decided majority for Broderick. ..."

3. By Oak and Thorn: A Record of English Days by Alice Brown (1896)
"... A still hunt WE would hear the nightingale, but, more slenderly equipped than John Burroughs in the same fine quest, we had not the certainty of making ..."

4. Twenty Years at Sea: Or, Leaves from My Old Log-books by Frederic Stanhope Hill (1893)
"... CHAPTER VII A SUCCESSFUL still hunt ABOUT three months after my adventure in the bay, the doctor came to me one morning after quarters and reported that ..."

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