Definitions

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  • n. A shop that sells fur clothing.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • So I stopped and gazed in the window of the furrier's shop.

    Albloggerque

  • The skinned corpse of a rabbit, some days old, had been impaled to the door with a heavy furrier's nail.

    Sepulchre

  • He had seen clerks moving within the furrier's window, trying to get the goods out of harm's way.

    A Hole In Space

  • Benny had spotted a furrier's, a small jewelry display, a home appliance store -- all guarded by cops.

    A Hole In Space

  • Thus he had in a very short time changed his situation from baker's boy and furrier's clerk and peddler to be a man of substance, a recognized merchant intent in the sale of furs and musical instruments and owner of quite

    Address To The German Society

  • In many ways, indeed, his life could be called luxurious: no professor of English literature had ever ceen clothed in such garments as those he had taken from an Oxford Street furrier's.

    Of Time and Stars

  • In many ways, indeed, his life could be called luxurious: no professor of English literature had ever been clothed in such garments as those he had taken from an Oxford Street furrier's.

    Reach For Tomorrow

  • Another shell struck a furrier's shop opposite the Town Hall and the place burst into flames.

    The New York Times Current History of the European War, Vol 1, Issue 4, January 23, 1915

  • I thought, "does the furrier's niece take me for a prince of the blood in disguise?"

    Orrain A Romance

  • He had the skins dressed for me, and Mother sent them to a furrier's in

    Grace Harlowe's Third Year at Overton College

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