fur.

fur.

abbr.
furlong

fur.

abbreviation for
(Units) furlong
References in classic literature ?
Banker White had given him a cast-off coat which was too large for him, but his grandmother cut it down, and he had also an overcoat, got at the same place, that was lined with fur.
He wore a hunting shirt of forest-green, fringed with faded yellow*, and a summer cap of skins which had been shorn of their fur.
But Madame Olenska, heedless of tradition, was attired in a long robe of red velvet bordered about the chin and down the front with glossy black fur.
Shrimps, a London-based brand, is another must-have designer that only works with faux fur.
They have not been selectively bred for any other characteristic than their fur.
In 1924 in Australia, millions of koalas were caught and killed for their fur.
Flannels also faced similar accusations in 2013 that it had abandoned its pledge not to stock real fur.
an auction that trades solely in wild fur, as opposed to farmed fur.
ANIMAL rights campaigners have released a harrowing new video exposing the myth of ethical fur.
Carley Stenson (right), who played Steph Cunningham in the Channel 4 soap until 2011, called on Harvey Nichols to stop selling real fur.
Known as ' Scolpitura', which translates to carving, the workmanship is part of Fendi's heritage of experimenting with tradition and is used as if a sculpture was being carved of fur.
A Dubai nightclub has followed in the footsteps of its London counterpart by banning clubbers who wear real fur.