gamebag


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gamebag

(ˈɡeɪmbæɡ)
n
(Hunting) a leather or canvas bag for carrying hunted game (esp birds)
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Noun1.gamebag - a canvas or leather bag for carrying game (especially birds) killed by a hunter
bag - a flexible container with a single opening; "he stuffed his laundry into a large bag"
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gamebag

[ˈgeɪmbæg] Nmorral m
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The poor discouraged huntsman sat down on a stone that supported the signpost, relieved himself of his gun and his gamebag, and heaved a long sigh.
Suzanne hid the sack in a sort of gamebag made of osier which she had on her arm, all the while cursing du Bousquier for his stinginess; for one thousand francs was the sum she wanted.
After Tom placed the first two chukars of the day into his gamebag, we continued to work up the grassy bowl toward hunting buddy Randy Schertz, who was little more than a khaki and orange blemish on the amber-colored slope above.
On walking shoots plan your ambush route well, dispense with a gamebag and hang birds in shady places.
Either way, that goose ends up in the boss's gamebag.
The Game Conservancy Trust is including boar in its National Gamebag Census, which monitors the rise and fall of game and other wildlife species through records kept by gamekeepers.
connected gamebag in the analogous but role-reversed situation of the
Stuff a retrieving dummy in your gamebag (read on for why), let M-M out of his crate, and heel him to the field's edge.
The GWCT's National Gamebag Census (NGC) collects shooting bag returns annually from > 600 estates in the UK (Tapper 1992).