- sheepskin that has been processed to resemble another fur, especially seal or beaver.
Origin of mouton
1940–45; < French: sheep, sheepskin; see mutton1
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Examples from the Web for mouton
However, it was the sight of Mouton that chiefly decided him.The Fat and the Thin
As for your female readers, they will prefer Mouton even to you.Olla Podrida
Frederick Marryat (AKA Captain Marryat)
Their presence some hours earlier would have been uncomfortable for Mouton.
It was for this that Green and Mouton and other gallant spirits fell!
If Mouton comes here you will be sacrificed—you and all the Union men.Miss Ravenel's conversion from secession to loyalty
J. W. de Forest
- sheepskin processed to resemble the fur of another animal, esp beaver or seal
from French: sheep. See mutton
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