befurred

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EtymologyEdit

be- +‎ furred

AdjectiveEdit

befurred (not comparable)

  1. Wearing fur.
    • 2007 January 5, Grace Glueck, “Self-Portraits That Obscure the Self”, New York Times:
      Others who cross the gender gap include Robert Mapplethorpe, dressed as a cool, befurred floozie in “Self-Portrait” (1980); and Lyle Ashton Harris, who in “Billie #21” (2002) sees himself as his idol Billie Holiday with fur wrap and pearl necklace, mouth wide open in mid-song.

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