white hunter


noun
  1. a white man who acts as guide on African safaris and hunting expeditions.

  2. a white man who hunts big game in Africa.

Origin of white hunter

1
First recorded in 1950–55

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How to use white hunter in a sentence

  • The white hunter was free to come and go, and the sleepy soldiers saw the water skin which Ramabai threw carelessly over his head.

    The Adventures of Kathlyn | Harold MacGrath
  • Such an attempt is always a dangerous one, for the horse of the Indian or white hunter often proves his most skilful sentinel.

    The Life of Kit Carson | Edward S. Ellis
  • The missionary will see that the white hunter is by the rocks when it begins to grow light in the east.

    The Phantom of the River | Edward S. Ellis
  • He lost more braves than did the pale-faces, but the white hunter must not think the mighty Wa-on-mon is afraid of him.

    The Phantom of the River | Edward S. Ellis
  • Wa-on-mon will be there when the sun rises from its bed; he will not keep the white hunter waiting.

    The Phantom of the River | Edward S. Ellis