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mink

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes, Animals
minkmink /mɪŋk/ noun (plural mink or minks)  1 [countable, uncountable]DCCHBA a small animal with soft brown fur, or the very valuable fur of this animal which is used to make coats, hats etc a mink coat2 [countable] a coat or jacket made of mink
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minkOnly a small percentage of the original 10,000 minks survived the ordeal.Hare hunting and coursing and mink hunting do not have a big effect on the populations.Occasionally, the clouds, cleared and I was able to film mink scavenging along the rocky shoreline at low tide.Hairs from her mink coat had been found in the gazebo by the pond.He is a dandy-looking dude too, with slick black ponytail and, always, a full-length mink coat.You like mink, or you like sable?But unlike the mink I had filmed the previous year, this one appeared not to be very active.
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