Related formstax·i·der·mal, tax·i·der·mic, adjectivetax·i·der·mist, noun
Examples from the Web for taxidermy
Putin suggested that all the West wanted was to turn the Russian bear into “taxidermy.”After His Disastrous Annual Press Conference, Putin Needs A Hug|Anna Nemtsova|December 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The society is a taxidermy academy and literary society, among other things.
Some of the stuffed animals that have come out of the taxidermy classes are on display in the new institution.
Every other week I see a new advert or tweet or something online advertising a taxidermy workshop.
And we live in an age when taxidermy is featured not just in bars and apartments but prominently in contemporary art.
Taxidermy, taks′i-dėr-mi, n. the art of preparing and stuffing the skins of animals.
Every bit had to be done by ourselves, my brother making the cases, and I the rock work and taxidermy.A Labrador Doctor|Wilfred Thomason Grenfell
As suitable tools are the primary consideration in contemplating any work in taxidermy, a simple list follows.Taxidermy|Leon Luther Pray
So when I found that Critch was no slouch at taxidermy and only needed the chance, it occurred to me to take him along.The Blind Lion of the Congo|Elliott Whitney
The average book on taxidermy contains four times too much "padding," and not one quarter enough practical information.Taxidermy and Zoological Collecting|William T. Hornaday