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bearskinbear‧skin /ˈbeəˌskɪn $ ˈber-/ noun  1 [countable, uncountable]HBA the skin of a bear2 [countable]DCCPMA a tall hat made of black fur, worn by some British soldiers for special ceremonies
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bearskinB.L. I had these passionate blouse-ripping fantasies, the sort where you dissolve on a bearskin rug and explode with ecstasy.People do not want to see a black face under a bearskin.a bearskin rugTwo civilians in bearskin coats were leaning on the camera when Billy and Weary came by.Throwing back its bearskin cover, he lowered her carefully to the mattress and stood looking down at her.
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