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fieldcraft

/ (ˈfiːldˌkrɑːft) /
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noun

ability and experience in matters concerned with living out-of-doors, esp in a wild area

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  • Before the Finding of the Magic Flower, he had thought them marvels of woodcraft and fieldcraft.

  • And then all the woodcraft and fieldcraft he had learnt from his uncle's keepers and his uncle's farmer tenants.

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