Origin of huntress
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How to use huntress in a sentence
She is an ambiguity and complexity huntress, one whose skepticism will always beat your skepticism to the punch.
The music industry has turned the Cosmo girl into the video vixen and the huntress.Helen Gurley Brown’s Fashion Sense: the Power of Cleavage|Robin Givhan|August 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It had a picture in relief, on one side, of Diana the Huntress, with her nymphs and baying hounds.Boyhood in Norway|Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen
She examined the trail—it showed drops of blood—and immediately the huntress followed the trail.
The huntress immediately took down her bow and quiver and searched for his track, which she followed into the woods.
The Spider-huntress explores the wall minutely; she runs, leaps and flies; she comes and goes, flitting to and fro.
Let us agree that the Scolia of antiquity sought a different prey from that adopted by the modern huntress.