from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of raccoon.
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- n. Alternative spelling of raccoon.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A small plantigrade carnivorous quadruped of the arctoid series of the order Feræ, belonging to the family Procyonidæ and genus Procyon.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an omnivorous nocturnal mammal native to North America and Central America
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The racoon is a curious critter, with the body of a fox, the head of a dog, and a round, bushy tail.
He told me of eating some really weird things, such as racoon, snake, and flying squirrel.
Please note that "racoon" is an acceptable alternate spelling of "raccoon," so no smarty-pants comments.
That means the two are devoted to doing their own chores, cooking and errands, as evidenced by Kate's no-fuss philosophy such as when she did first, Kate should let someone do her makeup, her "racoon" eyeliner is so out of date.
The same is true for many dog-like species, such as racoon dogs, foxes, African and Asian wild dogs and wolves, and scientists have struggled to understand how bears are related to each other and other carnivores.
Here are the skins of four beavers, that I took, it might be a month afore we met, and here is another from a racoon, that is of no great matter to be sure, but which may serve to make weight atween us. "
On the river that goes through my deer woods I found deer, racoon, coyote, and one bob cat track.
I'm onl can you see rabbits and squrrals during this time of year? whats the easiest way to skin a racoon?
The one thing I think is more weird is an albino racoon.
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