weasel

Part of speech: noun

A small elongated reddish - brown quadruped, that preys on smaller mammals and birds.

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Usage examples "weasel":

  1. " Pop goes the Weasel" will suit us fine. - "Six Short Plays, Complete", John Galsworthy.
  2. Them coons 'll catch a weasel asleep, I reckon, when they try working a traverse on a man of the grit of yourn! - "The Island Treasure", John Conroy Hutcheson.
  3. Captain Jonathan Kerridge was a small, weasel- faced man with no chin and large bulging eyes. - "The Moghul", Thomas Hoover.