Origin of ermine
OTHER WORDS FROM ermineermined, adjectiveun·er·mined, adjective
Words nearby ermine
How to use ermine in a sentence
The Countess deftly steered the lifeboat, a resolute and unlikely vision in her ermine and pearls.The Titanic’s Haute Heroine: The Countess of Rothes|Elizabeth Kaye|April 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The ermine was also written about by Leonardo as a symbol of her purity.
It may be a visual pun on her surname, since the Greek for ermine or stoat is galay.
He portrayed Cecilia against a monochromatic background, holding a white ermine - an enigmatic feature with multiple meanings.
He bought it instantly, and then seized upon precisely such a "long white thing" of ermine as he had seen in his mind's eye.Rosemary in Search of a Father|C. N. Williamson
She looked at him, then looked down, resting her white chin on the warm white fur of the ermine.Bella Donna|Robert Hichens
Just as they reached the house Jack stooped to arrange it, throwing it back on either side so that more of the ermine would show.
When she left California her mother had urged her to take a small velvet cape lined with ermine.
The Ermine Street passes through this gate, running north from it for eleven or twelve miles as straight as an arrow.The Towns of Roman Britain|James Oliver Bevan