Haven't I put on curry till it give me a furred mouth and dyspepsia of the soul?
He had leggings of buff cloth, furred at the bottom; and upon his feet were highlows.
She could see he was relieved, was indeed in cheerful spirits, as he gave his furred hand to the children's mittened ones.
She was elaborately gowned and furred, and something about her creaked when she walked.
I bowed by way of reply, put on my hat and furred cloak, and went out.
One of these dresses was furred, and was exquisitely beautiful.
A Khatkan lion is furred, it is a hunter and a great fighter, but it is not the cat of Terra.
She was feverish, excited, with a furred tongue and a hot skin.
Next time, it was the kitching copper as had got all furred up like.
From stem to rudder every foot of her was furred with arrows.
late 14c. "trimming or lining of a garment" (implied c.1300 in surname Furhode "fur hood"), probably from Old French fourrer "to line, sheathe," from fuerre "sheath, covering," from Frankish *fodr or another Germanic source (cf. Old Frisian foder "coat lining," Old High German fotar "a lining," German Futter, Gothic fodr "sword sheath"), from Proto-Germanic *fodram "sheath."
Sense transferred in English from the notion of a lining to the thing used in it. First applied early 15c. to animal hair still on the animal.
I'le make the fur Flie 'bout the eares of the old Cur. [Butler, "Hudibras," 1663]As a verb, from c.1300, from Old French fourrer. Related: Furred; furring.