bearskin /ˈbɛːskɪn/

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noun

1. the pelt of a bear, especially when used as a rug or wrap.

[as modifier]

a white bearskin rug.
2. a tall cap of black fur worn ceremonially by certain troops, such as the Guards in the British army.

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