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Foxhunting ... the unspeakable pursuing the inedible. -- Oscar Wilde
Who would want to be the prey in a world full of hunters? -- Alexia Purdy
A true hunter is never far from his prey. -- Matshona Dhliwayo
The greatest hunter is one who knows how to wait. -- Erin Hunter
Life is a terrible conflict, a grandiose and atrocious confluence. Hunting submerges man deliberately in that formidable mystery and therefore contains something of religious rite and emotion in which homage is paid to what is divine, transcendent, and in the laws of Nature. -- Jose Ortega Y Gasset
I shall always think of myself first and foremost ... as a hunter. -- Abraham Lincoln
The message of a leopard-print jumpsuit is clear: 'I am a huntress who delights in eating the offal of her prey.' -- Simon Doonan
I reach now for a victim who is not easy for me to overcome: my own past. Perhaps this victim will flee from me with a speed that equals my own. Whatever, I seek now a victim that I have never faced. And there is the thrill of the hunt in it, what the modern world calls investigation. -- Anne Rice
Thalia, if you don't want to be the prey anymore, then you can only do one thing. Become the hunter. -- Chanda Hahn
The very remoteness kindles the imagination of the adventurous hunter. From the top of any mountain the challenge extends far and wide, until the mountains meet the sky. -- Fred Bear
We should go straight west. The prophecy said west."
"Oh, like your tracking skills are better?" Thalia growled.
Zoe stepped toward her. "You challenge my skills, you scullion? You know nothing of being a Hunter!"
"Oh, scullion. You're calling me a scullion? What the heck is a scullion? -- Rick Riordan
We're all hunters in my family, you know. Deer, ducks ... damsels. -- Nenia Campbell
A hunter of shadows, himself a shade. -- Homer
He was a hunter who mourned for his prey, but was very good at tracking it down. -- Jeffrey Thomas
Smart good hunters are always patient -- Sameh Elsayed
I am someone to fear, not hunt. -- Pittacus Lore
One should never presume one is the sole object of a hunt, -- Frank Herbert
happy hunting-grounds -- James Fenimore Cooper
He will choose us," Julian said. "We are his family."
Kieran's eye shone. "I wouldn'tbe so sure, young Shadowhunter. Those of the Hunt are loyal to the Hunt."
"He isn't of the Hunt," Emma said. "He is a Blackthorn. -- Cassandra Clare
A troubled Necromancer. An Illusionist with a secret. An Incubus marked for death. A Darkborn in hiding. A Siren with a past. -- Kami Garcia
I inherited her.
I preyed on her.
I owned her life and had the piece of paper to prove it.
And my task ... ..
devour her. -- Pepper Winters
The hounds all join in glorious cry, / The huntsman winds his horn: / And a-hunting we will go. -- Henry Fielding
I'm in a secret underground hideout of a group of monster hunters, filled with magical totems, brass monkeys that move and enough firepower to take over a small country. -- Bill Blais
The hunter is the alert man. But this itself-life as complete alertness-is the attitude in which the animal exists in the jungle. -- Jose Ortega Y Gasset
What is a Dark-Hunter? Is it like the Vampire Slayer? (Amanda)
Yes, I'm a small, emaciated teenage girl who struts around fighting vampires in earrings they would rip out of my ears and shove up my ass. (Kyrian) -- Sherrilyn Kenyon
A falcon is the perfect hunter. -- Jean Craighead George
We are hunters all. We are, all of us, monstrumologists. And Pellinore Warthrop was the best of us, for he had found the courage to turn and face the most terrifying monster of all. -- Rick Yancey
By skilfully training a hunting animal, by closely associating with it, by identifying with it, you might be allowed to experience all your vital, sincere desires, even your most bloodthirsty ones, in total innocence. You could be true to yourself. -- Helen Macdonald
In detective stories ... I alternately identify myself with the murderer and the huntsman-detective, but ... there are those to which this vicarious outlet is too mild. -- Bertrand Russell
Stupid young girls who get caught alone in the forest fall prey to anything that crosses their paths, be the beast animal, human or shapeshifter. -- Patricia Briggs
You want to hunt, then stop being the Prey. -- Brahmananda Patra
This is Huntress placing Panta four-five, four-six on battle stations, I repeat battle stations, time one-two-four-one. Authenticate hotel romeo, all parties acknowledge with initials. -- Jeremy Powell
A good huntress respected her partners instincts, even if he was socially ignorant. -- Ann Aguirre
A hunter should not fear what he hunts. -- Matshona Dhliwayo
Fate is a hunter. Engines -- Ruta Sepetys
No matter how many times I survived, there was always another danger around the corner, and I still wasn't used to being the victim. I was Chase Williams, a demon hunter. I wasn't supposed to be the one looking over my shoulder, I was supposed to be stalking prey. -- M.r. Merrick
The last faint spark
In the self-murdered heart, the wounds of the sad uncomprehending
The wounds of the baited bear,
The blind and weeping bear whom the keepers beat
On his helpless flesh ... the tears of the hunted hare. -- Edith Sitwell
Some animals hunt. Others hide. And a few hunt while they hide. -- Ashwin Sanghi
I am a woman searching for her savagery
even if it's doomed -- June Jordan
weave us a story of seduction and ruse.
Heroic be the Wanderess,
the world be her muse. -- Roman Payne
Careful what you hunt, lest you catch it. -- Lev Grossman
The hunter does not seek dead game. -- Frank Herbert
For I chase but one hind, he says, one strange deer timid and wild, and she leads me off the paths that other men have trod, and by myself into the depths of the wood. -- Hilary Mantel
The hunter, as Theodore Roosevelt defined him, a man who fights for the integrity of both his prey and the land that sustained it, is being too often overwhelmed by men concerned mostly with playing dress up and shooting guns. -- Gary Ferguson
Im Hunter. The guy who has sex like an animal. If you're with me. I'll fucking tear you to pieces" -Hunter (fierce) -- Clarissa Wild
The world is made up of two classes - the hunters and the huntees. -- Richard Connell
There is something else I am after, out here in the wild. I am searching for an even more elusive prey ... something that can only be found through the help of wilderness. I am looking for my heart. -- John Eldredge
you were both hunter and hunted; the shadow of your thoughts was the beast which killed you. -- Robert Holdstock
I am a seeker, a poor, sinful creature, there is no weaker than I. -- Dolly Parton
Dweller in yon dungeon dark, Hangman of creation, mark! Who in widow weeds appears, Laden with unhonoured years, Noosing with care a bursting purse, Baited with many a deadly curse? -- Robert Burns
from the power of the hunting pack,
and to know that wisdom is best
sheer holiness. -- Hilda Doolittle
You not only are hunted by others, you unknowingly hunt yourself. -- Dejan Stojanovic
The huntsman took pity on her and said, Run away into the woods, child, and never come back. -- Marissa Meyer
That's it, Skyco. That is the way to be a hunter. Never be in a hurry, never rush things. Wait until the prey is within your grasp, then strike swiftly and strike hard. Don't miss or it may be a long time before another opportunity appears. -- Jennifer Frick-Ruppert
A vivid tale of exploration set in a howling, deadly wilderness. -- T. J. Stiles
Man is the hunter; women are the game; those sleek and shining creatures of the chase. We hunt them for the beauty of their skins; they love us for it, and we ride them down. -- Alfred Lord Tennyson
Finders keepers. Asshole. -- Melissa Grey
Take care in your actions, hunter. There will be many who wish you harm. You stand in the way of many wills and they will all try to overcome you. You must remember: you cannot fight fire with fire, -- M.r. Merrick
Little thieves get shot, but great ones escape."
Kelly Oliver, WOLF: A Jessica James Mystery -- Kelly Oliver
This was the kind of job that made legends out of hunters. Of course, to be a legend, you generally had to be dead. -- Nalini Singh
You have no idea how much I want to hunt you, then hold you down and fuck you until you scream with pleasure of me inside you. -- Kari Gregg
At her funeral, Diana's brother observed, 'Of all the ironies about Diana, perhaps the greatest was this--- a girl given the name of the ancient goddess of hunting was, in the end, the most hunted person of our modern age. -- Kris Waldherr
My heart is a lonely hunter that hunts on a lonely hill. -- William Sharp
I am a hunter of beauty and I move slow and I keep the eyes wide, every fiber of every muscle sensing all wonder and this is the thrill of the hunt and I could be an expert on the life full, the beauty meat that lurks in every moment.
I hunger to taste life.
God. -- Ann Voskamp
The cold passion for truth hunts in no pack. -- Robinson Jeffers
If I was doing 'The Hunt' constantly, I would get very old, very fast. -- Mads Mikkelsen
Because she was so beautiful the huntsman took pity on her, and he said, Run away, you poor child. -- Wilhelm Grimm
This traditional woman grew up in a world where respect for the animals hunted was of paramount importance. A concept that, in many cases, differentiates the native from the non-native hunter. -- Ray Mears
What youth or maiden conspires with the wild luxuriant beauty of Nature? She flourishes most alone, far from the towns where they reside. -- Henry David Thoreau
Nightfall, when the moon is born... ...Hides a shadow that lurks in the dark. it seeks the bloody of a damsel. The creature know as vampire. -- Kazuko Furumiya
Happy the hare at morning, for she cannot read The hunter's waking thoughts. -- W. H. Auden
I love the feeling of being on the hunt - the feeling that the story is refusing to be solved in some lesser way and is insisting that you see it on its highest terms. -- George Saunders
What is that?"
"A hunt," Puck replied, looking off into the distance. He grimaced. "You know, I was just thinking we needed to be run down like rabbits and torn apart. My day just isn't complete without something trying to kill me."
-Puck -- Julie Kagawa
Hunting and gathering are in my blood. But I've lived long enough to witness a diminution in the seas, and to notice a fragility where once I saw - or assumed - an endless bounty. -- Tim Winton
I'm a fucking hunter, and I'm the fucking consort to the Archangel of New York. -- Nalini Singh
Action and adventure on land and sea-you can't ask for more. But Robert Kurson raises the ante in Pirate Hunters with an array of mystery and a fleet of colorful characters spanning four centuries. This is a great summer read! -- Michael Connelly
Her name is Truth. He who has once seen her never rests again. Till death he desires her." And the hunter cried: "Oh, tell me where I may find her." But the old man said: "You have not suffered enough," and went. Then -- Olive Schreiner
She has the scared, hunted look of the unlucky. -- Junot Diaz
She was a mischief, and that was a satisfaction; no longer was she a huntress of corralled game -- F Scott Fitzgerald
What are you?"
"Im a Shadowhunter... -- Cassandra Clare
As a child, when asked what I would be, I usually said I was going to be a huntsman. A fine profession, truly! -- Charles Spurgeon
The hunter is patient. The prey is careless. -- Jeff Wheeler
My mum translated this in her head to "witchfinder," which was good because like most West Africans, she considered witchfinding a more respectable profession than policeman. -- Ben Aaronovitch
Sable-vested Night, eldest of things. -- John Milton
Flame-foot, farthest walker
Your hunter speaks
In need he walks
In need, but never in fear. -- Tad Williams
If you want to know the Correct term for me, I'm a Dark-Hunter."
Nick digested that word slowly. "Which means what? You hunt darkness?"
"Yes, Nick. That's exactly what I do. There's just not enough of it." Now, there was some sarcasm you could cut with a knife. -- Sherrilyn Kenyon
Brother," Artemis chided. "You do not help my hunters. You do not look at, talk to, or flirt with my Hunters. And you do not call them sweetheart. -- Rick Riordan
You see I'm against hunting, in fact I'm a hunt saboteur. I go out the night before and shoot the fox. -- Tim Vine
the cloak of Sorrow: O -- W.b.yeats
You'll never lose me, Vera. I'm the Great Hunter now. -- A.s. King
Now she would become the hunter ... and he, the hunted. -- Kimberly Derting
The clock struck eleven and cat the vampire huntress was on the loose, except my battle armor was a push-up bra, curled hair, and a short dress. Yeah, it was a dirty job, but I was going to do it. Come one, come all, bloodsuckers! Bar's open! -- Jeaniene Frost
A huntress never stabbed anything she didn't want to. -- Ann Aguirre
Men hunt by pretending to be the brothers of the prey they seek, and women hunt by impersonating the mothers of their prey. -- Patricia Storace
But the hunter was also the hunted,
For many of my arrows left my bow only to seek my own breast ... -- Kahlil Gibran
Runs falls rises stumbles on from darkness into darkness
and the darkness thicketed with shapes of terror
and the hunters pursuing and the hounds pursuing
and the night cold and the night long and the river
to cross and the jack-muh-lanterns beckoning beckoning
and blackness ahead -- Robert Hayden
A mere index hunter, who held the eel of science by the tail. -- Tobias Smollett
A true hunter always has trophies (even if they are secret). -- Gabbo De La Parra
The chase was the best part, Hunting was intoxicating. And knowing I had the power to snuff out Nila Weaver's life the moment I caught her gave me a certain ... thrill. -- Pepper Winters
Like any classic videogame, the Hunt had simply reached a new, more difficult level. A new level often required an entirely new strategy. I -- Ernest Cline