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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.
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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.
There is a special program for youth hunters with those under age 16, when accompanied by an adult hunter, can hunt for free in the same blind on any Sunday during the season.
Hunt Corporation (NYSE:HUN) ("HUNT"), manufacturer and marketer of innovative office products, presentation and display solutions and art /framing supplies (brand names: BOSTON(R), X-ACTO(R) and BIENFANG(R)), announced today that it had entered into a definitive agreement for the acquisition of all of the shares of Hunt for $12.
Hunting Unlimited puts players in the hunt for five different species of animals, White-tailed Deer, Mule Deer, Grizzly Bear, Moose and Elk, all with realistic behaviors.
LANCASTER - Easter is just around the corner and soon thousands of kids will descend on city parks to hunt for colorful eggs.
He'll star with Hunt for the first three weeks of the production's run, beginning Thursday.