hunter-gatherer

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hunter-gatherer

[huhn-ter-gath-er-er]
noun Anthropology.
a member of a group of people who subsist by hunting, fishing, or foraging in the wild.
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hunter-gatherer
 
adj
1.  (of a society, lifestyle, etc) surviving by hunting animals and gathering plants for subsistence
 
n
2.  a member of such a society

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Example sentences
That's a common trait in many hunter-gatherer societies, where the numbering
  system is often one-two-three-many.
Early humans probably lived close together in hunter-gatherer groups, in which
  the rate of parasite transmission was high.
Here are two of our favorite recipes from our hunter-gatherer past, using
  easier-to-find farm-raised duck.
Something ruminative, but with an underlying acuity, as though some old
  hunter-gatherer module were activated.
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