A woman who spends considerable time in outdoor pursuits, such as hunting and fishing.(noun)
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Use "outdoorswoman" in a sentence
"She is an accomplished outdoorswoman and is happy."
"As Mattie Ross, the 14-year-old heroine, obsessively pursues her father's killer, she proves to be an almost unbelievably viable outdoorswoman, stoically fording a river on horseback, camping out nightly without complaint, bracing the elements, staring down death."
"Got your book for X-mas and it has been very enjoyable and able to give a ray a light on hope that my daughter can be outdoorswoman in the futur."