Origin of trapper
Related Words for trapperhawker, deerstalker, huntsman, sportsman, trapper, falconer, fisherman, stalker, chaser, huntress, pursuer, pursuant
Examples from the Web for trapper
Contemporary Examples of trapper
The town of St. Charles near St. Louis was founded by a trapper named Blanchette.Poet of the Ozarks: Daniel Woodrell on His New Book and Life
July 7, 2013
Rather than Hawkeye and Trapper John, we resemble a priest, holding a hand, helping someone die as easily as possible.All These Useless Doctors
February 1, 2010
Historical Examples of trapper
There must have been a sound, and he glanced over to the trapper for an explanation.
And before the trapper could make a protest he had drawn back into the horse shed.
This, by silent consent, was to be the reward of the trapper.
The trapper slapped his lank, leather-clad thigh in high approval.In the Valley
Trapper Jim's idea seemed to be built on the principle that "like is cured by like."With Trapper Jim in the North Woods
Lawrence J. Leslie
- a person who traps animals, esp for their furs or skins
Word Origin and History for trapper
"one who traps animals" (for fur, etc.), 1768, agent noun from trap (v.).