Meaning of befurred in English:


Pronunciation /bɪˈfəːd/


  • Dressed in or covered with furs.

    ‘befurred ladies’
    • ‘The small door at the rear opened, and a woman, befurred and muffled, came in on a wave of frost.’
    • ‘Bejeweled and befurred, she toured the town in her car with Colorado license plate No.1.’
    • ‘Marni, Versace, and Roberto Cavalli all sent out a rollicking parade of befurred models to seal a big trend for fall.’
    • ‘Visions of befurred merchants poring over parchment maps spring to mind.’
    • ‘His vesture was befurred with otter skin from head to toe.’
    • ‘The racing cap and goggles, the driving gloves, the gray woolen scarf tossed over his befurred shoulder ever so becomingly?’
    • ‘I still remember the days when a befurred member of the concert society huffily walked out in the middle of the Fugue muttering about the assault to her ears.’
    • ‘The perfumed, pearled, befurred women were out in force.’
    • ‘Singer songwriter Thomas has supported befurred hip-hop superstar P Diddy and worked with Gospel's finest, including The Clarke Sisters.’