hunt for

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hunt for someone or something

1. to chase someone or something for sport. The hunter hunted for grouse on the game preserve. Frank likes to hunt for deer.
2. to look for someone or something. I am hunting for someone to help me with the piano. lam hunting for a new piano.
See also: hunt
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A post hoc analysis indicates that younger respondents are more likely to hunt for meat or trophies than are older hunters.