noun, plural mar·tens, (especially collectively) mar·ten.
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Origin of marten
Words nearby marten
Example sentences from the Web for marten
When recounting her trip to her friend Glen (Marten Holder Weiner), Sally summed up her visit to Manhattan in one word: “Dirty.”‘Mad Men’ Finale and Video of Best Season 5 Moments|Jace Lacob|June 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Small Bright Brown—dubbed with camel's hair, and marten's yellow fur mixed, wings pale feather of a starling.The Teesdale Angler|R Lakeland
The marten makes a nest of moss, grass and leaves, in a hollow tree or log or among rocks.
In the woods his food is similar to that of the marten, although he cannot climb a tree to capture his prey.
Cocking his head on one side, the marten regarded the swaying nest critically out of his bright black eyes.
With a flying leap, the marten reached the spruce and flashed up the trunk, with never a look behind.