noun, plural musk·rats, (especially collectively) musk·rat.
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Origin of muskrat
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Example sentences from the Web for muskrat
Even in one of the earliest books, the Muskrat philosopher ends up seeing the point of things.
The muskrat skin was also used as the unit in the later days of the trade.The Character and Influence of the Indian Trade in Wisconsin|Frederick Jackson Turner
In the mud alongside of a pool of water, the tracks of that busy little animal the muskrat, can be seen.Science of Trapping|Elmer Harry Kreps
The muskrat with a single missing tooth never enters the real race of life at all.Winter|Dallas Lore Sharp