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deer•stalk•er



Pronunciation: (dēr'stô"kur), [key]
n.
1. a person who stalks deer.
2. Also called fore-and-after. a close-fitting woolen cap having a visor in front and in back, with earflaps usually raised and tied on top of the crown, worn as a hunting cap: esp. associated with Sherlock Holmes.

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