A heavily built omnivorous nocturnal mammal of the weasel family, typically having a gray and black coat
A native of Wisconsin
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An instance of badger digging.
An artificial fly made with badger hairs.
An extortion scheme in which the victim is lured, usually by a woman, into a compromising situation and is then surprised and blackmailed by an accomplice.
The earth or burrow of a badger; a sett.
Resembling or in the manner of a badger.
(Of a dog, especially a foxhound) particoloured like a badger; also in extended use.
A badger with a long mobile snout and dark facial stripes, found in the forests of eastern Asia
= rock hyrax.
A person who engages in badger baiting.
A person who participates in badger digging.
Having legs of unequal length (as the badger was once popularly supposed to have); (also more generally) having deformed legs.
A plane with a skewed cutting iron, typically one which extends to one edge of the stock.
A nickname for the state of Wisconsin.
Tongs used to grasp a badger as it emerges from its hole, or to pull it out.
A small tree-climbing badger found in SE Asia, having a long tail and a brownish coat with conspicuous facial markings
Another term for ratel.
A SE Asian badger with a long mobile snout, short stout limbs, and anal glands that contain a foul-smelling liquid which can be squirted at an attacker
A sport in which dogs draw a badger from its sett and kill it, illegal in the UK since 1830
The (now illegal) practice of sending a dog into a sett to locate a badger, which is then captured by digging into the sett; an instance of this.
= badger baiting.
A soft brush made from badger hair, used in painting and to create artificial woodgrain effects.