Noun(1) the dressed hairy coat of a mammal(2) dense coat of fine silky hairs on mammals (e.g., cat or seal or weasel(3) a garment made of animal pelts or synthetic fur
(1) When these arteries fur up with fatty cholesterol deposits, the heart muscle doesn't receive enough blood to work properly.(2) Underneath there, it's very, very soft fur underneath the porcupine.(3) Month-old ringtails look like miniature adults: the same black and white clown make-up and soft grey fur .(4) seal pups have soft fur(5) He was an orange tabby cat, with sleek fur , pointy ears, and a pink nose.(6) a fox loses its fur each year(7) They were fairly small with short, jet black fur , acid-green eyes and pointy little ears.(8) The long, soft, fine fur that covers their bodies is generally gray to brown in color.(9) Even a pair of jeans looks formal when you wear fur vests.(10) Mom came home wearing her 3/4 length royal blue sheared beaver faux fur coat and her high heel black boots.(11) And I'd look really stupid in that purple fedora and fur coat, by the way.(12) When the functions of an internal organ are disrupted, the symptoms can be discerned in the complexion, eyes, color, voice and texture of the tongue fur .(13) she pulled the fur around her(14) a long, lean, muscular cat with sleek fur(15) It is the luxury of wearing a beautiful fur that was bought by someone else's grandmother long before it was a sin to kill animals for fashion.(16) On this fork is something that will taste delicious, but it might bring you out in spots, put weight on your hips, fur your arteries, endanger your guts.
(1) fur coat :: cot ffwr
1. hair ::
2. wool ::
3. coat ::
5. pelt ::
6. pelage ::
Different Formsfur, furs
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