Definition of fowler in English:

fowler

noun

  • See fowling

    • ‘His earlier ancestors had prowled the delta marshes near Bubastis, and lived as hunters and fowlers for millennia.’
    • ‘This year November 1st fell on a Tueday and most of the would be fowlers were at their work or behind their desks instead of roaming around the fields.’
    • ‘The very popular event attracts fowlers from all over the North Kerry area and it is always a night of fun and frolics.’
    • ‘While this was going on, a fowler came along with his limed twigs ready to catch the pigeon.’

Pronunciation

fowler

/ˈfaʊlə/