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sus·lik(sŭs′lĭk, so͞os′-) also sous·lik (so͝os′-)
1. Any of several Eurasian ground squirrels, especially the small grayish European species Spermophilus citellus.
2. The pelt or fur of this animal.
[Russian, from Old Russian susolŭ.]
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(Animals) a central Eurasian ground squirrel, Citellus citellus, of dry open areas, having large eyes and small ears
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sus•lik(ˈsʌs lɪk, ˈsus-)
1. a common ground squirrel, Spermophilus (Citellus) citellus, of Europe and Asia.
2. the fur of this animal.
[1765–75; < Russian]
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