Definition of Animal trainer

1. Noun. One who trains or exhibits animals.

Exact synonyms: Handler
Specialized synonyms: Tamer
Generic synonyms: Trainer
Derivative terms: Handle



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Literary usage of Animal trainer

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Old Showmen, and the Old London Fairs by Thomas Frost (1874)
"... the Comedian—Bisset, the animal trainer—Powell, the Fire- Eater — Roger Smith, the Bell-Player — Suppression of Southwark Fair. ..."

2. The Old Showmen, and the Old London Fairs by Thomas Frost (1874)
"... the Comedian—Bisset, the animal trainer—Powell, the Fire- Eater — Roger Smith, the Bell-Player — Suppression of Southwark Fair ..."

3. The Old Showmen, and the London Fairs by Thomas Frost (1875)
"... Comedians — Evans, the Wire- Walker—Southwark Fair—Wax-work Show—Shuter, the Comedian—Bisset, the animal trainer—Powell, the Fire- Eater— Koger Smith, ..."

4. A Montessori Mother by Dorothy Canfield Fisher (1912)
"Is there, in the motives which actuate our attempts at securing obedience from children, a trace of the animal-trainer's instinct? ..."

5. The Charles Mills Gayley Anniversary Papers: Contributed by Former Students by Benjamin Putnam Kurtz, Charles Mills Gayley (1922)
"... had been an animal trainer—as if that could account for the peaceful procession of a fierce lion from tavern to tavern! ..."

6. Animal Intelligence: Experimental Studies by Edward Lee Thorndike (1911)
"Any reputable animal trainer would be ashamed to exhibit a horse who could not do as much ' counting ' as that. The maximum of delicacy in associating ..."

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