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Adjective furry has 1 sense
  1. furred, furry - covered with a dense coat of fine silky hairs; "furred animals"; "a furry teddy bear"
    Antonym: hairless (indirect, via hairy)

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Part of Speech: Adjective, noun


1. Covered with fur or covered with a substance similar to fur.

2. Relating to or characteristic of animals that have fur.

3. Of or pertaining to the subculture of people who have an interest in anthropomorphic animal characters, costumes, or artwork.


Sense 1 (Adjective):

My pet dog's coat is so furry, it keeps him warm even in the coldest winters.

The rabbit had a furry little tail.

The soft and furry texture of the blanket was comforting.

Sense 2 (Adjective):

The children were fascinated by the furry animals at the zoo.

I love the feeling of a furry animal's touch against my skin.

The cat's furry paws left tiny tracks in the sand.

Sense 3 (Adjective):

Tom is a member of the furry community and enjoys attending conventions.

The furry fandom is known for its vibrant and creative artwork.

She designs and creates her own furry costumes.

Sense 4 (Noun):

My daughter's favorite toy is a small furry she received as a gift.

The shelter was filled with all kinds of furies waiting to be adopted.

The furry looked up at me with its big, innocent eyes.

Sample Sentences:

1. The teddy bear felt so furry when hugged tightly.

2. She spent hours brushing her long, furry cat to keep its coat sleek and silky.

3. The toddler giggled as she touched the soft and furry texture of the toy.

4. His furry costume for the comic convention was meticulously designed and attention-grabbing.

5. The furry fandom is a tight-knit community that celebrates anthropomorphic characters in various media.

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