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Despite all the jokes I made about turning into Cruella de Vil or the Bride of Frankenstein, seeing other women’s skunk stripes made mine feel a little less weird.
Sheppy had been having an argument with a skunk and there was strong reason—very strong—to suppose that he got the worst of it.
She saw the natural skunk coat she had been planning to give to poor dear Caroline for Christmas.
HAPPY HOUSEBETSEY RIDDLE, FREIFRAU VON HUTTEN ZUM STOLZENBERG
A fine male antelope was shot by Lieut. Swift, and a skunk was also the game of the day.
"A particular —— skunk," added another in sepulchral accents.
Ef it's that skunk, I'll spot him soon enough and let you know whar he's hiding.
Being as I've suffered some from this skunk, and have lived here some while, so to say, mebbe I can horn in?
HIDDEN GOLDWILDER ANTHONY
One day a skunk was going somewhere, travelling quietly along a trail, thinking of his own affairs.
Then suddenly the skunk threw up his brush and sprinkled the bear full in the face with his dreadful scent.
The skunk said, “I wonder how bear flesh would taste if I should eat some.”

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