- n. Plural form of possum.
“Poisoning of possums is an environmentally unacceptable way of control.”
“We found out later that she had slammed on the brakes harder than necessary to also avoid a family of possums, which is what made the car careen off the road and hit a tree that stopped our skid down the incline.”
“In all, we got seven 'possums, which is considered a very small bag.”
“If Dame Edna can call everyone "possums", then EA can call her people "squirrels".”
“December 28, 2007 at 10:25 am i fink dese are my favorite kind of possums:”
“De best way to tote 'possums is to split a stick and run deir tails thoo' de crack -- den fling de stick crost your shoulders and tote de 'possums 'long safe and sound.”
“We had a lot o 'game ter eat, such as possums, coons, rabbits and birds.”
“Slaves warn't spozen to go huntin 'at night and everybody know you can't ketch no' possums 'ceppin' at night!”
“We thought these were made by "'possums," but later, when a”
“Page 109 pretty white owl was caught in the garret, and several flew past our window to the top of the house, we concluded that it was owls and not "'possums" that we heard at dead of night.”
Looking for tweets for possums.