fitchew definition

  • noun:
    • Archaic The old-world polecat or its fur.
    • Archaic The Old World polecat or its fur.
    • Archaic The old-world polecat or its fur.
    • polecat
    • polecat
    • polecat
    • The polecat or foulmart, Putorius vulgaris or P. fœtidus. See polecat.
    • The polecat or foulmart, Putorius vulgaris or P. fœtidus. See polecat.
    • The polecat or foulmart, Putorius vulgaris or P. fœtidus. See polecat.
    • The fur associated with polecat, previously known as the fitchew, later shortened to fitch. See fitch, 2.
    • The fur for the polecat, formerly referred to as fitchew, later shortened to fitch. See fitch, 2.
    • The fur associated with polecat, previously known as the fitchew, later on shortened to fitch. See fitch, 2.
    • Archaic The old-world polecat or its fur.
    • polecat
    • The polecat or foulmart, Putorius vulgaris or P. fœtidus. See polecat.
    • The fur of this polecat, formerly referred to as fitchew, later on shortened to fitch. See fitch, 2.
    • Archaic The old-world polecat or its fur.
    • polecat
    • The polecat or foulmart, Putorius vulgaris or P. fœtidus. See polecat.
    • The fur of this polecat, formerly known as the fitchew, later shortened to fitch. See fitch, 2.
    • Archaic The old-world polecat or its fur.
    • polecat
    • Archaic The Old World polecat or its fur.
    • Archaic The Old World polecat or its fur.
    • Archaic The old-world polecat or its fur.
    • polecat
    • polecat
    • polecat
    • The polecat or foulmart, Putorius vulgaris or P. fœtidus. See polecat.
    • The polecat or foulmart, Putorius vulgaris or P. fœtidus. See polecat.
    • The fur regarding the polecat, formerly referred to as fitchew, later on shortened to fitch. See fitch, 2.
    • The polecat or foulmart, Putorius vulgaris or P. fœtidus. See polecat.
    • The fur associated with the polecat, formerly known as the fitchew, later shortened to fitch. See fitch, 2.
    • The fur associated with polecat, previously known as the fitchew, later on shortened to fitch. See fitch, 2.
    • The polecat or foulmart, Putorius vulgaris or P. fœtidus. See polecat.
    • The fur of the polecat, previously referred to as fitchew, later shortened to fitch. See fitch, 2.

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