Sheepskin that has been sheared and processed to resemble beaver or seal.(noun)
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Use "mouton" in a sentence
"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"."