[ pot-huhn-ter ]
/ ˈpɒtˌhʌn tər /
a person who hunts for food or profit, ignoring the rules of sport.
a person who takes part in contests merely to win prizes.
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Example sentences from the Web for pothunter
The state of Minnesota has some excellent laws to prevent the destruction of game animals by the pothunter.The Pioneer Woodsman as He is Related to Lumbering in the Northwest|George Henry Warren
Mrs. Pothunter told the story of the man who met the widow on the train.The Trimmed Lamp|O. Henry
British Dictionary definitions for pothunter
/ (ˈpɒtˌhʌntə) /
a person who hunts for food or for profit without regard to the rules of sport
informal a person who enters competitions for the sole purpose of winning prizes
Derived forms of pothunterpothunting, noun, adjective
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