nonhunter

nonhunter

(ˌnɒnˈhʌntə)
n
a person or thing that does not hunt
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It sounds funny to the nonhunter to hear, but hunters are, or should be, a humane lot, and there's no worse feeling in the field than wounding an animal and not finding it.
That's a phrase a nonhunter from Eugene doesn't hear too often.
Started by Shemane, who was a nonhunter before meeting Ted, Queen of the Forest is designed to be an empowering event for women.
Fish and Wildlife Service is a forester, a northeasterner, a nonhunter, and a woman--factors that distinguish her from her predecessors and unnerve those comfortable with the status quo.
I'm intrigued about this gathering because, as a nonhunter, I went on an elk-hunting trip and, as a nonquilter, I am curious about how a quilting weekend compares.
As strange as it sounds to a nonhunter (and as perfectly normal as it sounds to a sportsman), it wasn't elk.
It's bad enough being the only nonhunter on a trip with a bunch of Eastern Oregon cowboys, one of whom has a dried antelope scrotum on his truck's gearshift knob.
As strange as it may seem to a nonhunter, hunters are, and always have been, the biggest animal lovers.
My senior year in college, as a nonhunter, I tagged along with Will on a whitetail hunt in Kansas.
I've had the misfortune of setting up base camp in campgrounds that are full of other hunters and nonhunters.
The monies collected are used for research and management of the state's wildlife, such as deer, turkey, bear and migratory birds--species enjoyed by hunters and nonhunters alike.
To contemporary nonhunters, deer may mean the anthropomorphically adorable fantasy figure, Bambi.