Tuesday’s Word

The fur or feathers that grow around the neck of an animal or bird
A large collar with upright folds that people wore in the 16th and 17th centuries

Pressing at his side and burying her nose in his thick ruff, she denied time and fate and the moon’s dominion.

Nutt, Laura Lee (2013-02-28). Red and the Wolf (Kindle Location 983).  . Kindle Edition.

Definition from OneLook Online Dictionary

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2 Responses to Tuesday’s Word

  1. Ah, I’m flattered you used my book for your Tuesday Word! How cool!

    Ruff is such a fun word. As a kid, and even now, I thought it was hilarious that it makes the same sound as a dog who has one. 🙂

  2. Mae Clair says:

    Fun word, though I never thought it matched the description for some reason. I love the sentence Laura used it in. Just beautiful!

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