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A member of a people subsisting in the wild on food obtained by hunting and foraging.
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(Anthropology & Ethnology) (of a society, lifestyle, etc) surviving by hunting animals and gathering plants for subsistence
(Anthropology & Ethnology) a member of such a society
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a member of a group of people who subsist by hunting, fishing, or foraging in the wild.
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A human being depending on the hunting of animals, fishing, and gathering of wild fruits and seeds for survival. Hunter-gatherer societies represent at least 90% of human history.
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hunting and gathering society, hunting and gathering tribe - group that supports itself by hunting and fishing and by gathering wild fruits and vegetables; usually nomadic
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