The black pelt of a prematurely born karakul sheep, having a flat surface with wavy markings.(noun)
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Use "broadtail" in a sentence
"A fur called broadtail, for example, is the skin of fetal or newborn karakul lambs who have been beaten to death."
"A broadtail lace evening coat was paired with a Venetian blue blouse and metal plisse skirt."
"Will people buy Peter Som's broadtail coat from premature or newborn Karakul lambs -- think about that -- with its never-say-excess iridescent fox color?"