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furry

(fûr′ē, fŭr′ē)
adj. fur·rier, fur·riest
1. Consisting of or similar to fur.
2.
a. Covered with, wearing, or trimmed with fur.
b. Covered with a furlike substance.
3. Having a furlike quality, as in tone; fuzzy: a furry voice.

fur′ri·ness n.
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When she got to the academy, she was so well prepared that she challenged many classes and finished the four-year curriculum in 2' years, coming out with credentials as a designer, dressmaker, certified men's tailor and furrier.
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