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Synonyms for fur

the skin of an animal

Synonyms for fur

dense coat of fine silky hairs on mammals (e

a garment made of the dressed hairy coat of a mammal

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He brought in our furs, and made a snug nest for me, and got out some provisions and forced them upon me.
The company that can first open its tempting supplies of coffee, tobacco, ammunition, scarlet cloth, blankets, bright shawls, and glittering trinkets has the greatest chance to get all the peltries and furs of the Indians and free trappers, and to engage their services for the next season.
When all were ready, the king sent them to her; but she got up in the night when all were asleep, and took three of her trinkets, a golden ring, a golden necklace, and a golden brooch, and packed the three dresses--of the sun, the moon, and the stars--up in a nutshell, and wrapped herself up in the mantle made of all sorts of fur, and besmeared her face and hands with soot.
There was something perverse and provocative in the notion of fur worn in the evening in a heated drawing-room, and in the combination of a muffled throat and bare arms; but the effect was undeniably pleasing.
In my right hand was my keen short-sword, the point hovering an inch above the thick fur beneath which beat the savage heart.
Hilda was back in a few moments wearing a long gray squirrel coat and a broad fur hat.
Shimerda lighted one of our lanterns and put on his overcoat and fur collar.
I couldn't see one on 'em rough used a purpose - not fur the whole wureld.
I've come to the old country fur to see my gentleman spend his money like a gentleman.
See, I have had a fur cloak made for each of us, and if we put them on I shall not feel the heat so much nor you the cold.
IN THE COURSE of occasional visits to Canada many years since, I became intimately acquainted with some of the principal partners of the great Northwest Fur Company, who at that time lived in genial style at Montreal, and kept almost open house for the stranger.
I had the time to lay my infinite adoration at her feet whose white insteps gleamed below the dark edge of the fur out of quilted blue silk bedroom slippers, embroidered with small pearls.
He wos allus willin fur to give me somethink he wos, though Mrs.
Anatole went out of the room and returned a few minutes later wearing a fur coat girt with a silver belt, and a sable cap jauntily set on one side and very becoming to his handsome face.
Although Vasili Andreevich felt quite warm in his two fur coats, especially after struggling in the snow-drift, a cold shiver ran down his back on realizing that he must really spend the night where they were.