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fur. US English

Furlong(s)

fur US English

The short, fine, soft hair of certain animals

Fur US English

A member of a Muslim people of the mountainous and desert regions of SW Sudan

fur US Thesaurus

coarse brown fur

furlong New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

an eighth of a mile, 220 yards

fox fur US English

The skin of a fox with hair on it, or fabric resembling this, used in making or trimming garments

fun fur US English

An artificial fabric with a texture resembling fur, typically in bright colours

fur seal US English

A gregarious eared seal that frequents the coasts of the Pacific and southern oceans, the male of which is substantially larger than the female. The thick fur on the underside is used commercially as sealskin

fur brigade US English

A convoy that transported furs to and from trading posts by land and river

fur and feather US English

Game mammals and birds

make the fur fly US English

Cause serious, perhaps violent, trouble

furball US English

A furry pet animal

fitch fur in fitch US English

The fur of a polecat

underfur US English

An inner layer of short, fine fur or down underlying an animal’s outer fur, providing warmth and waterproofing

fur and feather in fur US English

Game mammals and birds

make the fur fly in fur US English

Cause serious, perhaps violent, trouble

northern fur seal in fur seal US English

A gregarious eared seal that frequents the coasts of the Pacific and southern oceans, the male of which is substantially larger than the female. The thick fur on the underside is used commercially as sealskin

southern fur seal in fur seal US English

A gregarious eared seal that frequents the coasts of the Pacific and southern oceans, the male of which is substantially larger than the female. The thick fur on the underside is used commercially as sealskin