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To their furry little ears, it was the sweetest music that could be.

Then she says, "Turn the other cheek," and he turns his furry chops for her to kiss.

Charley boasted, touching the furry coat of the dead animal.

What a furry embodiment of quick, nervous energy and impertinence!

The origin of the word "Furry," and of the song and dance, is lost in the ages.

The strong beam, wavering from side to side, plowed a furry path into the fog.

What about the small, furry, animal then; the one the other had been carrying in its pouch?

But its presence there did not rouse in my furry friend the indignation it excited in me.

"This is the room," said the housekeeper, from her furry throat.

It may be easy compared with some of the other deaths imposed on his furry captives.

WORD ORIGIN

1670s, from fur + -y (2). As a noun, in reference to "anthropomorphic animal characters with human personalities," by 1996. Related: Furriness.

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