Definition for poacher (2 of 2)
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A boy kills a poacher, whereupon his father and grandfather argues about what to do.
Instead, he finds a poacher, raises his rifle, and fires a lethal blast.
These and a hundred other things must be kept in an unwritten calendar, and only the poacher can keep it.The Confessions of a Poacher|Anonymous
I almost laughed aloud, for I recognised that it was only a poacher I had to deal with.Border Ghost Stories|Howard Pease
The poacher boldly confessed that he had killed the gendarme, but he swore that the latter had been taking aim at him.The Fortune of the Rougons|Emile Zola
The Poacher was bought in his shell—for £3—did I not name that price?Letters of Edward FitzGerald|Edward FitzGerald
You do not wish to be a masterless man, a hedge-dodger, poacher, or a rogue?House of Torment|Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull