furrily

furry

[fur-ee]
adjective, furrier, furriest.
1.
consisting of or resembling fur: a deep, furry rug in front of the fireplace; the furry undergrowth of the forest.
2.
covered with fur; wearing fur: Many furry animals are in danger of becoming extinct.
3.
obstructed or coated as if with fur: a furry voice; a furry tongue.
4.
Slang. terrifying; hair-raising.

Origin:
1590–1600; fur + -y1

furrily, adverb
furriness, noun
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furry (ˈfɜːrɪ)
 
adj , -rier, -riest
1.  covered with fur or something furlike
2.  of, relating to, or resembling fur
3.  another word for furred
4.  Also: furred (of the tongue) coated with whitish cellular debris
 
'furrily
 
adv
 
'furriness
 
n

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furry
1670s, from fur + -y (2). As a noun, in reference to anthropomorphic animal characters with human personalities, by 1996. Related: Furriness.
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