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Use "vulpicide" in a sentence
"In Leicestershire he would be regarded as a hunting man, while in his own district he is known as a vulpicide, for Reynard is seldom, if ever, found in his coverts."
"In such a county as Leicestershire, foxes are not "accidentally" killed, but when so, what bewailings over the "late lamented!" what anathemas upon the villain's head who is suspected of "vulpicide"!"
"On the way home the Padre shot a fox – that is, he says, he "committed vulpicide.""