Definitions

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  • adj. vicious

Etymologies

A particularly vicious fight between cats or other animals is one that sends fur flying. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Your behavior is both cute and appalling, stalking the older and wiser Weetzie Bat, chasing her from tabletop to bed to dresser top, fighting fur-flying, is not acceptable, and while were on the subject, neither is swiping at my leg while on the toilet

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  • Lucy Fur and Audrey Deluxe will go paw for paw and tassel for tassel with a fur-flying striptease that is sure to not leave much to the imagination, the seductive Moana Santana returns with some really original sin.

    Franklin Avenue

  • Actually, I'm glad there's such a fur-flying controversy over it.

    Wafers, slow news days and lessons to be learned.

  • The Golden Gate National Recreation Area isn't planning to give dog owners free rein during discussions about restricting pet access in the 75,000-acre parkland mainly out of fear that open dialogue would provoke a fur-flying donnybrook.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • Marmaduke can't help being a one-dog wrecking crew, causing fur-flying chaos wherever he roams.

    digitallyOBSESSED.com DVD News and Reviews

  • Innocent shoulder taps almost always lead to fur-flying, neck-biting, paw-pummeling fights in the Amur a.k.a.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • The older dogs threw themselves into a tumble of fur-flying fun in the middle of the room, while Marion and Cali, the two puppies, skirted the main action and nipped at each other on the sidelines.

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  • Let’s pull up from the fur-flying fray over WashingtonPost. com pulling down blog comments that attacked rookie ombudser Deborah Howell thanks to her misguided attempt at balancing a scandal (see full coverage and great links on Jay Rosen’s Press Think; see also Umair Haque’s attempt to give big, old media an attitudectomy).

    The ethic of interactivity « BuzzMachine

  • The ethic of interactivity « BuzzMachine – Let’s pull up from the fur-flying fray over WashingtonPost. com pulling down blog comments that attacked rookie ombudser Deborah Howell thanks to her misguided attempt at balancing a scandal (see full coverage and great links on Jay Rosen’s Press Think; see also Umair Haque’s attempt to give big, old media an attitudectomy).

    The ethic of interactivity « BuzzMachine

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