Definition of Stoats

1. Noun. (plural of stoat) ¹



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Definition of Stoats

1. stoat [n] - See also: stoat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stoats

stivier
stiviest
stiving
stivy
stns
stoa
stoae
stoai
stoak
stoaked
stoaking
stoaks
stoas
stoat
stoater
stoats (current term)
stob
stobbed
stobbing
stobilated
stobilating
stobs
stocah
stocahs
stoccade
stoccaded
stoccades
stoccading
stoccado
stoccados

Literary usage of Stoats

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1. Round about a Great Estate by Richard Jefferies (1881)
"A PACK OF stoats. BIRDS. THE sweet scent from a beanfield beside the road caused me to linger one summer morning in a gateway under the elms. ..."

2. Travel and Talk, 1885-93-95: My Hundred Thousand Miles of Travel Through by Hugh Reginald Haweis (1896)
"... and a huge ki-wi fresh egg, larger than a goose's, was brought to my hotel at Tarawera, on the North New Zealand plains. Unfortunately, the stoats and ..."

3. Travel and Talk, 1885-93-95: My Hundred Thousand Miles of Travel Through by Hugh Reginald Haweis (1897)
"Unfortunately, the stoats and weasels, which have been introduced to kill the rabbits, are rapidly destroying all ground game, and these unique wingless ..."

4. Things Chinese: Being Notes on Various Subjects Connected with China by James Dyer Ball (1893)
"... trained) sable-ermine, pole-cats, stoats, sea-otters, moles, musk-rats, shrew mice, hedgehogs, marmots, and mole-rats. There are many kinds of rodents. ..."

5. The English Illustrated Magazine (1888)
"JG Wood, whose informant heard it direct from the person principally concerned, seems to show that stoats, like weasels, will make combined attacks on human ..."

6. A Tour in Sutherlandshire: With Extracts from the Field-books of a Sportsman by Charles St. John (1849)
"Change of colour in stoats — Affection of Otters for their young — Roe-hunting — Attachment of Birds to their ..."

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