still-hunt


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still hunt

n.
The hunting of game by stalking or ambushing.

still′-hunt′ v.
still′-hunt′er n.

still-hunt


Past participle: still-hunted
Gerund: still-hunting

Imperative
still-hunt
still-hunt
Present
I still-hunt
you still-hunt
he/she/it still-hunts
we still-hunt
you still-hunt
they still-hunt
Preterite
I still-hunted
you still-hunted
he/she/it still-hunted
we still-hunted
you still-hunted
they still-hunted
Present Continuous
I am still-hunting
you are still-hunting
he/she/it is still-hunting
we are still-hunting
you are still-hunting
they are still-hunting
Present Perfect
I have still-hunted
you have still-hunted
he/she/it has still-hunted
we have still-hunted
you have still-hunted
they have still-hunted
Past Continuous
I was still-hunting
you were still-hunting
he/she/it was still-hunting
we were still-hunting
you were still-hunting
they were still-hunting
Past Perfect
I had still-hunted
you had still-hunted
he/she/it had still-hunted
we had still-hunted
you had still-hunted
they had still-hunted
Future
I will still-hunt
you will still-hunt
he/she/it will still-hunt
we will still-hunt
you will still-hunt
they will still-hunt
Future Perfect
I will have still-hunted
you will have still-hunted
he/she/it will have still-hunted
we will have still-hunted
you will have still-hunted
they will have still-hunted
Future Continuous
I will be still-hunting
you will be still-hunting
he/she/it will be still-hunting
we will be still-hunting
you will be still-hunting
they will be still-hunting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been still-hunting
you have been still-hunting
he/she/it has been still-hunting
we have been still-hunting
you have been still-hunting
they have been still-hunting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been still-hunting
you will have been still-hunting
he/she/it will have been still-hunting
we will have been still-hunting
you will have been still-hunting
they will have been still-hunting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been still-hunting
you had been still-hunting
he/she/it had been still-hunting
we had been still-hunting
you had been still-hunting
they had been still-hunting
Conditional
I would still-hunt
you would still-hunt
he/she/it would still-hunt
we would still-hunt
you would still-hunt
they would still-hunt
Past Conditional
I would have still-hunted
you would have still-hunted
he/she/it would have still-hunted
we would have still-hunted
you would have still-hunted
they would have still-hunted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.still-hunt - hunt (quarry) by stalking and ambushingstill-hunt - hunt (quarry) by stalking and ambushing
hunt, hunt down, track down, run - pursue for food or sport (as of wild animals); "Goering often hunted wild boars in Poland"; "The dogs are running deer"; "The Duke hunted in these woods"
References in periodicals archive ?
If the action is slow or ebbs significantly, I'll climb down and methodically still-hunt my way to my midday site.
Dogs are legal for hog hunting in most of the area, but still-hunt areas are included in the national forest.
His plan was to still-hunt his way through the patches of dark timber on the steep slope.
When does are acting frisky and bucks seem oblivious to the world, it's prime time to still-hunt and stalk.
But in an era of tree stands and food plots, not many know how to still-hunt, or even what the term means.
If all else fails, you may nave to put a still-hunt plan together.
We'd separated, Lon to still-hunt up a deep draw, I to work toward him slowly, then stop at a bottleneck.
If possible, I always stalk or still-hunt mule deer with a low morning or evening sun behind me.
The first morning, Dad and I hiked south to still-hunt through some meadows.
Within 200 yards I couldn't see the road any longer, and I started to still-hunt my way through the mix of pines and open prairie.
So for all but the Natty Bumppos among us, still-hunt only among damp or otherwise quiet ground.
But just to go out in the tibmer and still-hunt for black bear without snow is usually about the hardest possible still-hunting I know of, and one that is seldom productive of results.