On one side of the central light of the clearstory is a dazzling Tree of Jesse, the gift of a furrier and his wife.
How I was praised at the furrier's in the wood, when his daughter was betrothed!
It was useless to think of Queen Catherine, who refused to see her furrier.
And from that day he grew furrier and furrier, and he was the beginning of all cats.
Yes, monseigneur; he says he is a son of Lecamus the furrier.
They found, however, a furrier's shop, and this they entered eagerly.
A furrier's son has no business to be of the new religion till all the rest of the world is.
"At length the fox is brought to the furrier," and the farmyard knows him no more.
An Italian proverb says: "The furrier gets the skins of more foxes than asses."
He was my god and my best customer; I had the honor to be his furrier.
late 13c., furrere, via Anglo-French, from Old French forreor, from fourrer "to line or trim with fur."