But it is very improper for such folk to smear themselves with civet.
Of civet and scimitar I believe it can only be asserted that they are Eastern.
I will ask you then, for your own account, Mr. Leroux, of the arrival of the woman in the civet furs.
Give me an ounce of civet, good apothecary, to sweeten my imagination.
Give me an ounce of civet, good apothecary, says Shakspeare.
These cages contain also other animals of interest, such as the Civet, Poradoxure, etc.
Pardon me, I am no seller of plasters, nor of ounces of civet.
The civet, on the contrary, has a mane, but no rings on the tail.
In the Genet and the Civet the contraction of the pupil is as in the Cat.
You will need no words to tell you that the civet is a little cousin of the skunk.