Fowl·er n. A sportsman who pursues wild fowl, or takes or kills for food.
n 1: English lexicographer who wrote a well-known book on English
usage (1858-1933) [syn: Henry Watson Fowler]
2: someone who hunts wild birds for food
the arts of, referred to Ps. 91:3; 124:7; Prov. 6:5; Jer. 5:26;
Hos. 9:8; Ezek. 17:20; Eccl. 9:12. Birds of all kinds abound in
Palestine, and the capture of these for the table and for other
uses formed the employment of many persons. The traps and snares
used for this purpose are mentioned Hos. 5:1; Prov. 7:23; 22:5;
Amos 3:5; Ps. 69:22; comp. Deut. 22:6, 7.