Of or belonging to the family Viverridae, which includes small carnivorous mammals such as the civets and mongooses.(adjective)
A member of the Viverridae.(noun)
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Use "viverrine" in a sentence
"They are plantigrade, and are without a caecum or blind gut; the skull, however it may approach to a viverrine or feline shape, has still marked arctoid characteristics."
"According to Jerdon it is nocturnal, arboreal, and omnivorous, eating small animals, birds, insects, fruit and plants; more wild than viverrine animals in general, but easily tamed."