Definition of fox fur in English:

fox fur

noun

mass noun
  • 1The skin of a fox with fur on it, or fabric resembling this, used in making or trimming garments.

    ‘a woman who wore fox fur’
    as modifier ‘a real fox fur collar’
    • ‘Referring to a red fox fur stole the prime minister gave her, she said she was curious to find out how much it was worth.’
    • ‘In the 1960s, I wore original 1940s working-girl bias-cut dresses and moth-eaten fox-fur jackets.’
    • ‘The store also sells fox fur earmuffs and a rabbit fur knitted poncho.’
    • ‘She enraged the conservation lobby by wearing a fox fur hat.’
    • ‘His teaspoon gets caught between his sugar bowl and his cup, and then his coffee cup empties itself into the lady's big old fox fur hat.’
    • ‘They hit the right note with a white fox fur coat and a fake snow finale that was pure Hollywood.’
    • ‘She bought a fox fur cloak at a stall.’
    • ‘They wore short coats featuring puffed, fox-fur sleeves.’
    • ‘With his felt boots, fox fur coat, and fox hat, he appeared to be only a shadow.’
    • ‘The whole effect was rendered more extraordinary still by an eclectic wardrobe that might team harem pants and bright yellow vests with fox fur stoles.’
    1. 1.1count noun A stole, cape, or similar garment made of the fur of a fox or foxes.
      ‘I draped a second-hand fox fur over my shoulders’
      • ‘Women all wore suits, or full length coats, with hats and gloves and often a fox fur.’
      • ‘She pulled a fox fur around her tanned shoulders and stepped out of the car to the pop of paparazzi flashbulbs.’
      • ‘She always wore a fox fur around her neck.’
      • ‘I'm wearing my 1960's fox fur later; it's cold out there.’
      • ‘His parents stepped out into a world of fox furs, chrome, and sleek limousines.’
      • ‘If we'd had an old lady wearing a fox fur, a vicar reading his paper, and a schoolboy off to boarding school it would have been perfect.’
      • ‘She had a fox fur around her shoulders and one hand was toying with the fox's shrunken head.’
      • ‘As children, we watched awe-struck as she took to the cobbled city streets in a fox fur, false lashes, and ferocious heels.’
      • ‘Accessories include hats, bags, a parasol, a fox fur and, shoes, including gold court shoes with diamante buckles dating from 1900.’
      • ‘The latest show at London fashion week included fox furs and rich evening wear.’