- a public official who enforces game laws.
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The game-warden had ordered them back to Fort Washakie, where they belonged.
The game-warden had no more than enough food for his family, and no horse feed.
The boy was young Stephens, son of Andy Stephens, the game-warden.Jim
Charles G. D. Roberts
The game-warden may, if the rivers been stocked lately, said Billy.Winona of the Camp Fire
Perhaps you noted something in the newspapers about a game-warden's getting shot?Northwest!
- a person who looks after game, as in a game reserve
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