unfurred

furred

[furd]
adjective
1.
having fur.
2.
made with or of fur, as garments.
3.
clad in fur or furs, as persons: elegantly furred in chinchilla.
4.
coated with matter, as the tongue.

Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English; see fur, -ed3

unfurred, adjective
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furred (fɜːd)
 
adj
1.  made of, lined with, or covered in fur
2.  wearing fur
3.  (of animals) having fur
4.  another word for furry
5.  Also: furry provided with furring strips
6.  (of a pipe, kettle, etc) lined with hard lime or other salts deposited from water

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Word Origin & History

fur
c.1300, probably from O.Fr. fourrer "to line, sheathe," from fuerre "sheath, covering," from Frank. *fodr (cf. O.H.G. >*poul-/*pul-fotar "a cover"), from P.Gmc. *fothram "sheath." The n. (mid-14c.) is from the verb. It was first applied early 15c. to "animal hair still on the animal."
"I'le make the fur Flie 'bout the eares of the old Cur." [Butler, "Hudibras," 1663]
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fur definition


  1. n.
    the police. (A play on the fuzz.) : I think the fur is onto you, Rocko.
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