trapper

[trap-er]
noun
1.
a person or thing that traps.
2.
a person whose business is the trapping of animals for their furs.

Origin:
1615–25; trap1 + -er1

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trapper (ˈtræpə)
 
n
a person who traps animals, esp for their furs or skins

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Main Entry:  trapper
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  a three-ring binder with pockets and other accessories, often zip-around or otherwise enclosed; also called trapper-keeper, keeper
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Word Origin & History

trapper
"one who traps animals" (for fur, etc.), 1768; see trap.
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Example sentences
And the process gives off methane, a potent heat-trapper.
It will shadow a trapper and break down his door to devour him.
Eventually, she was found in the river's cold water by a trapper.
Trapper education teaches new or inexperienced trappers ethical trapping
  procedures.
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