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Wild Huntsman

noun

  1. the leader of the Wild Hunt, often associated with Odin.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of Wild Huntsman1

First recorded in 1790–1800

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Example Sentences

Perhaps the Wild Huntsman rode here while the volcanoes were still in full force.

Perhaps a reference to "The Wild Huntsman" will stop all criticism at this point.

“That was the Wild Huntsman,” said the little thing, looking at me trustfully.

This story of the Wild Huntsman crops up, in one form or another, in every part of Europe.

Don't stop to saddle—only the horse-cloth; the Wild Huntsman is in the forest; we will welcome him!'

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