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mouton

[ moo-ton ]
/ ˈmu tɒn /
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noun
sheepskin that has been processed to resemble another fur, especially seal or beaver.
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Origin of mouton

1940–45; <French: sheep, sheepskin; see mutton1
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British Dictionary definitions for mouton

mouton
/ (ˈmuːtɒn) /

noun
sheepskin processed to resemble the fur of another animal, esp beaver or seal

Word Origin for mouton

from French: sheep. See mutton
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