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fur·ry

 (fûr′ē, fŭr′ē)
adj. fur·ri·er, fur·ri·est
1. Consisting of or similar to fur.
2.
a. Covered with, wearing, or trimmed with fur.
b. Covered with a furlike substance.
3. Having a furlike quality, as in tone; fuzzy: a furry voice.

fur′ri·ness n.

furry

(ˈfɜːrɪ)
adj, -rier or -riest
1. covered with fur or something furlike
2. of, relating to, or resembling fur
3. (Building) another word for furred5
4. (Pathology) Also: furred (of the tongue) coated with whitish cellular debris
ˈfurrily adv
ˈfurriness n

fur•ry

(ˈfɜr i)

adj. fur•ri•er, fur•ri•est.
1. consisting of or resembling fur.
2. covered with fur; wearing fur: furry animals.
3. obstructed or coated as if with fur.
[1590–1600]
fur′ri•ly, adv.
fur′ri•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.furry - covered with a dense coat of fine silky hairs; "furred animals"; "a furry teddy bear"
haired, hairy, hirsute - having or covered with hair; "Jacob was a hairy man"; "a hairy caterpillar"

furry

adjective hairy, woolly, shaggy, downy, fleecy thick furry tails

furry

adjective
Covered with hair:
Translations
فَروي ، كالفَرْومَكسو بِالفَرو
chlupatýhebkýměkký
karvainenturri
loîinnloîinn, mjúkur
pelspelzig
kosmat
kürk gibikürklü

furry

[ˈfɜːrɪ]
A. ADJ [animal] → peludo; [teddy bear] → de peluche
B. CPD furry dice NPL (Brit) → dados mpl afelpados (tipo de colgante para el coche)
furry toy N(juguete m de) peluche m

furry

[ˈfɜːri] adj
(= covered with fur) [animal] → à fourrure; [tail, body] → poilu(e)
(= made of fur) [garment] → en fourrure
[toy] → en peluche

furry

adj (+er)
body, bellyhaarig; tailbuschig; furry animalTier ntmit Pelz; furry friend (hum)vierbeiniger Freund (hum); the kitten is so soft and furrydas Kätzchen ist so weich und kuschelig; the soft furry skin of the sealdas weiche Fell des Seehundes
(= like fur) hat, slippers, material, liningflauschig; furry dicePlüschwürfel pl; furry toyPlüschtier nt
(= coated) tonguebelegt; (= scaly) kettle, pipeverkalkt

furry

[ˈfɜːrɪ] adj (animal) → peloso/a; (toy) → di peluche

fur

(fəː) noun
1. the thick, short, fine hair of certain animals.
2. the skin(s) of these animals, often used to make or decorate clothes etc for people. a hat made of fur; (also adjective) a fur coat.
3. a coat, cape etc made of fur. She was wearing her fur.
furrier (ˈfariə) , ((American) ˈfə:-) noun
a person who (makes and) sells furs.
ˈfurry adjective
1. covered with fur. a furry animal.
2. like fur. furry material.
References in classic literature ?
When there was room on the ledge outside of the pots and boxes for a cat, the cat was there-- in sunny weather--stretched at full length, asleep and blissful, with her furry belly to the sun and a paw curved over her nose.
No one then is to be feared," Baloo wound up, patting his big furry stomach with pride.
Your worship is right, senor governor," said the physician; "and therefore your worship, I consider, should not eat of those stewed rabbits there, because it is a furry kind of food; if that veal were not roasted and served with pickles, you might try it; but it is out of the question.
The sweetest-scented grasses lined her bower where other soft, furry pelts made hers the downiest couch in all the jungle.
Pointed," I said; "rather small and furry,--distinctly furry.
He did not stand stolidly baring his furry belly to the missile, and die with an upward glance at the sympathetic heavens.
He came quite opposite to me from the other corner of the coach, brushed one of his large furry cuffs across my eyes (but without hurting me), and showed me that it was wet.
It crept on all fours, but when it reached the place where the king sat it rose upon its feet, and throwing the furry covering from its face, revealed a most extraordinary and weird countenance.
She rubbed his cheek affectionately with her furry little face and presently nibbled at his ear.
Its furry tail stood up firm and round as a plume, its bandy legs served it so well that it would often gracefully lift a hind leg and run very easily and quickly on three legs, as if disdaining to use all four.
And yet, after gazing for another second, the stars did their usual work upon the mind, froze to cinders the whole of our short human history, and reduced the human body to an ape-like, furry form, crouching amid the brushwood of a barbarous clod of mud.
They are forbidden by Peter to look in the least like him, and they wear the skins of the bears slain by themselves, in which they are so round and furry that when they fall they roll.