- a hunter of birds.
Origin of fowler
- Henry H(am·ill) [ham-uh l] /ˈhæm əl/, 1908–2000, U.S. lawyer and government official: secretary of the Treasury 1965–68.
- Henry Watson,1858–1933, English lexicographer.
Examples from the Web for fowler
Contemporary Examples of fowler
Towards the end of Captivated, Fowler sat down with the filmmakers for an interview.Did Sexpot Schoolteacher Pamela Smart Hire Teens to Kill Her Husband?
January 19, 2014
Fowler elaborated that none of the offensively-sloganed shirts had ever sold.Rape Slogan T-Shirts Spark Outrage
Misty White Sidell
March 4, 2013
Fowler said she was still unsure whether a new primary could be held.A Frank Capra Tale Collapses
June 9, 2010
Fowler reportedly agonized for days about whether to post and release the comments.
Fowler agreed, and suddenly we were back in major damage-control mode.
Historical Examples of fowler
So Fowler departed, happy, but I remained unhappy—not with her, departed my fears.
I did not know Fowler had a daughter, and a daughter grown up.
Imogen escaped like a bird from the fowler, nor looked behind.Imogen
As the fowler lureth the bird into his net, so did she lie in wait for her.
Let the fowler confine himself to waste places and to the mountains.Laws
- Henry Watson . 1858–1933, English lexicographer and grammarian; compiler of Modern English Usage (1926)
Old English fugelere, agent noun from fuglian "to hunt fowl" (see fowl).