caracul caracul


  • (n) hardy coarse-haired sheep of central Asia; lambs are valued for their soft curly black fur



  1. Said the Canadian press: a caracul shapka of the style worn by Muscovite storekeepers.
  2. Politely removing his caracul cap to address the Council, Abdullah insisted in quiet tones that Kashmir's most urgent needs were peace and a democratic regime.
  3. Coolidge received for Christmas a fur coat made of caracul from Austria, platinum fox from Russia.
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