furred

[ furd ]
/ fɜrd /

adjective

having fur.
made with or of fur, as garments.
clad in fur or furs, as persons: elegantly furred in chinchilla.
coated with matter, as the tongue.

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Origin of furred

Middle English word dating back to 1275–1325; see origin at fur, -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM furred

un·furred, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for furred

furred
/ (fɜːd) /

adjective

made of, lined with, or covered in fur
wearing fur
(of animals) having fur
another word for furry (def. 4)
Also: furry provided with furring strips
(of a pipe, kettle, etc) lined with hard lime or other salts deposited from water
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