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beaver lamb

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Definition of beaver lamb in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Lambskin made to look like beaver fur: [as modifier]: a beaver lamb coat
More example sentences
  • Specially imported mohair cloths were attractively trimmed with black Persian lamb and real beaver lamb.
  • Collars were frequently trimmed with beaver lamb or mink and cuffs were often deep and plush.
  • In the morning, me - in traditional hare cap with ear-flaps, off-size coat, scarf that closes mouth in order not to get a cold, runs under beaver lamb collar and tied in a bungle behind.

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