Definition of fur and feather in English:

fur and feather

  • Game mammals and birds.
    More example sentences
    • ‘If you are in London you perceive Scotland as a recreational land, a land of fin, fur and feather,’ he says.
    • New EU regulations have banned such displays because, it alleged, mixing fur and feather with meat is a health hazard.
    • There will also be one of the biggest fur and feather sections in the county, and the farmer's market is returning by popular demand.
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