Definition of fox hunter in US English:

fox hunter

noun

  • See fox hunting

    • ‘She stressed that fox-hunters were prepared to accept a licensed regime as the sport was already self-regulated.’
    • ‘For the dedicated enthusiast, fox-hunting was a huge commitment and not only did the Master fork out tremendous sums, but serious fox-hunters needed private incomes to afford the time to hunt.’
    • ‘We were both riders, I, an eventer, and she a fox-hunter.’
    • ‘He comes from a long line of fox-hunters.’
    • ‘Victorian fox-hunters bemoaned constraints such as railways and barbed wire.’