weasel

[n] - small carnivorous mammal with short legs and elongated body and neck
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Weasel

Tracked amphibian, Studebaker [US]
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Weasel

Wea'sel noun [ Middle English wesele , Anglo-Saxon wesle ; akin to Dutch wezel , German wiesel , Old High German wisala , Icelandic hreyi vīsla , Danish väsel , Swedish vessla ; of uncertain origin; confer Greek ..., ..., cat, weasel.]
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weasel

<zoology> Any one of various species of small carnivores belonging to the genus Putorius, as the ermine and ferret. They have a slender, elongated body, and are noted for the quickness of their movements and for their bloodthirsty habit in destroying poultry, rats, etc. The ermine and some other species are brown in summer, and turn white in ...
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weasel

noun small carnivorous mammal with short legs and elongated body and neck
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Weasel

• (n.) Any one of various species of small carnivores belonging to the genus Putorius, as the ermine and ferret. They have a slender, elongated body, and are noted for the quickness of their movements and for their bloodthirsty habit in destroying poultry, rats, etc. The ermine and some other species are brown in summer, and turn white in wint...
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weasel

any of various small carnivores with very elongated, slender bodies. Most live in the Northern Hemisphere and belong to the genus Mustela, which in ... [1 related articles]
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Weasel

The weasel (Mustela vulgaris) is a carnivorous mammal of the family Mustelidae. It feeds mainly on voles, rats and mice. The colour is a deep brown above and white below, and the body is snake-like allowing the animal to worm its way through dense undergrowth and into the holes of its prey.
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Weasel

Weasel (shortened from weasel and stoat) is London Cockney rhyming slang for coat.
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Weasel

Weasel (shortened from weasel and stoat) is London Cockney rhyming slang for coat.
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weasel

weasel, name for certain small, lithe, carnivorous mammals of the family Mustelidae (weasel family). Members of this family are generally characterized by long bodies and necks, short legs, small rounded ears, and medium to long tails. All have scent glands, generally used for territorial markings b...
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weasel

Any of various small, short-legged, lithe carnivorous mammals with bushy tails, especially the genus Mustela, found worldwide except Australia. They feed mainly on small rodents although some, like the mink M. vison, hunt aquatic prey. Most are 12–25 cm/5–10 in long, excluding the tail. Includ...
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Weasel

[disambiguation] A weasel is a small carnivorous mammal. Weasel or weazel may also refer to: ==Fiction== ==Nicknames== ==Vehicles== ==Other uses== ==People with the name== ...
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Weasel

Mustela altaica Mustela erminea Mustela eversmannii Mustela felipei Mustela frenata Mustela itatsi Mustela kathiah Mustela lutreola Mustela lutreolina Mustela nigripes Mustela nivalis Mustela nudipes Mustela putorius Mustela sibirica Mustela strigidorsa Weasels vary in length from {convert|173|to|217|mm|in|1|abbr=on}, females being smaller than th...
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