- n. Plural form of beaver.
“Still, you have to recognize the idea of a pillow eaten by beavers is pretty cool.”
“And your boy is showing his true colors – already interested in beavers!”
“The instinct of beavers is to build dams; the instinct of humans is to build communication systems.”
“One from 2008 featured young starlets showing off their "beavers"--i.e., walking around carrying tree-gnawing aquatic rodents.”
“This summer's theme was "beavers": 12 artists received an identical five foot tall beaver to paint as they saw fit.”
“Martens appear to be numerous, but beavers must be extremely rare, for we have discovered no traces whatever of their existence anywhere along our route, though innumerable small lakes and rivers, such as beavers frequent, are to be met with in every direction; but the country produces no food for them.”
“She is clothed with garments of beaver, Ardvi Sura Anahita; with the skin of thirty beavers, of those that bear four young ones, that are the finest kind of beavers; for the skin of the beaver that lives in water is the finest colored of all skins, and when worked at the right time it shines to the eye with full sheen of silver and gold.”
“These idols are hung round with amulets and votive offerings, such as beavers 'teeth, and bears' and eagles 'claws.”
“He said that if trappers don't thin out populations for free, taxpayers will have to pay professional animal control officers to get rid of nuisance animals, such as beavers that cut down trees along the Greenbelt or in riverside neighborhoods.”
“Did you know that you can make 64 words from the 7 letters in "beavers"?”
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