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small game

wild animals and birds hunted for sport, as rabbits or doves, that are smaller than animals, as deer and bears, classified as big game.
Origin of small game
1810-20 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • They ate small game only if it was slow moving-tortoises and limpets were popular.
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  • The breed has a rich chocolate brown coat and is an all-around hunter used for small game birds.
  • The lodge also has big and small game hunts throughout the year.
  • Hunters can take advantage of the small game,waterfowl and deer.
  • Amenities include a swimming pool, air conditioned bath houses and a small game room.
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  • The forest allows both big and small game hunting, as well as fishing.
  • There's a small game room with a billiards table and a media screening room.
  • When hunting small game, they work together and communicate with purring sounds.
British Dictionary definitions for small game

small game

(Brit) small animals that are hunted for sport
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