How cold does it have to be to justify one of their mink dresses?
This past January, the idea of mink came to Choi—the concept, from thought to finished product, took roughly a month.
One 1918 example, in wispy silk chiffon and lace is even trimmed in mink!
I tell you, suh, I is done smell all de smells o' mink an' mus' an' puffume, but I ain' nuver smell nuttin' like dat jail.
There were fur-bearing animals, such as mink and otter and beaver.
She had an old Leghorn hen that a mink killed just after the hen had brought out a brood of chickens.
Where mink are thick not over sixteen should be set per mile.
He swam to a point ten feet above it, and dropped down with the stealth of a mink.
They resemble the house cat in features but have long body like a mink.
After I had stretched the mink skin I hung it up in this hollow tree, and it was a very good place to dry the pelts that I caught.
early 15c., "skin or fur of the mink," from a Scandinavian source (cf. Swedish menk "a stinking animal in Finland"). Applied in English to the animal itself from 1620s.