weasel and stoat

• Rhyming Slang for coat.

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  • weasel and stoat — Cockney Rhyming Slang Coat I left my weasel in the pub …   English dialects glossary

  • weasel (and stoat) — Noun. Coat, or jacket. Cockney rhyming slang …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • Stoat — Ermine redirects here. For other uses, see Ermine (disambiguation). Stoat Conservation status …   Wikipedia

  • stoat — noun (C) a small thin animal with brown fur that is similar to a weasel, and kills other animals …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • stoat — [stəut US stout] n a small wild animal, similar to a ↑weasel, that has a long thin body and brown fur …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • stoat — ► NOUN ▪ a small carnivorous mammal of the weasel family, with chestnut fur (white in northern animals in winter), white underparts, and a black tipped tail. ORIGIN of unknown origin …   English terms dictionary

  • weasel — /wee zeuhl/, n., pl. weasels, (esp. collectively) weasel, v. n. 1. any small carnivore of the genus Mustela, of the family Mustelidae, having a long, slender body and feeding chiefly on small rodents. 2. any of various similar animals of the… …   Universalium

  • Weasel — For other uses, see Weasel (disambiguation). Weasel Least Weasel Scientific classification Kingdom …   Wikipedia

  • weasel — n. & v. n. 1 a small reddish brown flesh eating mammal, Mustela nivalis, with a slender body, related to the stoat and ferret. 2 a stoat. 3 colloq. a deceitful or treacherous person. v.intr. (weaselled, weaselling; US weaseled, weaseling) 1 esp.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • weasel — noun 1》 a small, slender carnivorous mammal related to, but smaller than, the stoat. [Mustela nivalis and other species.]     ↘Irish term for stoat. 2》 informal a deceitful or treacherous person. verb (weasels, weaselling, weaselled; US weasels,… …   English new terms dictionary

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