from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Sheepskin that has been sheared and processed to resemble beaver or seal.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. meat from a mature sheep.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A gold coin current in France in the fourteenth century, having types similar to those of the agnel, and weighing about 70 grains; also, a gold coin with similar types (sometimes called agnel) struck by Edward III. and Henry V. of England for their French dominions. The mouton of Edward weighed about 70 grains, that of Henry about 40 grains.
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- n. meat from a mature domestic sheep
A woman in a black mouton coat steps off and walks away.
True, William appears to be a thoroughly blanc mouton and has overcome dreadful setbacks, but what can you say about his relations?
Hence, interested foreign journalists have been calling him things like "le mouton noir" or "l'oncle trash".
This one lacks the mouton collar, knit cuffs and waistbands.
So you better believe I had to put on another too-tight-wonder-from-my-tailor of a skirt, and eat way more mouton than my heart has ever desired!
We went to her favorite wood — a forest of beech and pine trees, where she had failed last year to find a single specimen of pied de mouton, or hedgehog — a mild, creamy-colored mushroom with a slightly nutty aroma.
Qui garde something something mouton rohn rohn qui garde something something mouton
The story is that Decia came running out of the house, clad in nothing but pink leotards and a full length white mouton coat, waving a dildo at the departing group, yelling 'She's mine!
So, for the trek back to the office tomorrow and the rest of the work week, I will wear my heavy duty ankle-length down coat with hood and the super-sized mouton mittens under which I can comfortably fit gloved hands.
At the mouton coat, that is, not where I bought it.