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Definition of "fowling" []

  • Present participle of fowl. (verb)

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Use "fowling" in a sentence
  • "He'd brought a German shotgun with silver trimmings with him, which he called a fowling piece, and he wanted to hunt in his few leisure moments; so the boys told him all the kinds of game that run wild on the place."
  • "The takeaway here: If you set your decoys right and hide well, water­fowling is a close-range sport."
  • "Birds, on the contrary, are not hunted, but shot in the air, or taken with nets and other devices, which is called fowling; or they are pursued and taken by birds of prey, which is called hawking, a species of sport now fallen almost entirely into desuetude in"
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