- n. Plural form of polecat.
“Skunks are sometimes referred to as polecats, but polecats are Old World weasels or ferrets.”
“Skunks are sometimes called polecats, because they resemble”
“Skunks sometimes referred to as polecats are mammals best known for their ability to excrete a strong, foul-smelling odor.”
“This is why skunks, zorilles also known as polecats and the African crested rat have independently converged on a similar pelage theme of black against white.”
“The one thing that hasn't changed all that much is the repertoire, which remains firmly rooted in a pool of popular songs from the 1920s, 30s and 40s, which experienced singers refer to as "polecats".”
“And when I was young in Kansas, everyone called skunks "polecats".”
“Other species suggested for reintroduction include cranes, elk, polecats and wild boar.”
“Ben, Tiffany, and their gang of near shape-changing Pashki mates are back, this time fighting off a rival gang of homeless kids - trained as polecats - who live in an abandoned London tube station ( 'the Hermitage') and who are under the thrall of one Martin Fisher.”
“In July last year, nine Heck cows and four bulls joined the growing population on Upcott Grange Farm in West Devon, which includes beavers, polecats and water voles.”
“Had I known that my text would one day appear in a romance novel, I might have sexed up my story: "Hot-loving polecats do it in prairie dog holes.”
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