A man who spends considerable time in outdoor pursuits, such as hunting and fishing.(noun)
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Use "outdoorsman" in a sentence
"My adventurous spirit complemented the Pacific Northwest lifestyle, where people embraced the term outdoorsman wholeheartedly."
"I think that being an outdoorsman is manly enough, why over roast it?"
"That said, a wise approach for the intrepid outdoorsman is to plan for trouble by installing an electric winch."