a long-haired variety of the domestic cat, raised originally in Angora, having a long body, pointed head, and bushy tail.
It was much nicer upstairs in the nursery with Mimi, the Angora cat.
Life and Death of Harriett Frean May Sinclair
Ask the Contessa if I have not achieved a beau succes with her Angora cat.
The Parisians, Complete Edward Bulwer-Lytton
The “young lady” was an Angora cat who embellished a shop in the neighborhood.
Edgar Saltus: The Man Marie Saltus
She was, perhaps, an unusual choice for the son of fairy-like mother and an Angora cat.
My Father, the Cat Henry Slesar
It was not a large box, nor heavy, just a small box with strips nailed across the top, and there was an Angora cat in it.
Mike Flannery On Duty and Off Ellis Parker Butler
The maid was putting the Angora cat out on the balcony among the dwarf evergreens.
Flamsted quarries Mary E. Waller
M. Sonnini, when in Egypt, had an Angora cat, of which he was extremely fond.
A Hundred Anecdotes of Animals Percy J. Billinghurst
But the McBrides have a houseful of children (anyway two or three) and a mother and father and grandmother, and an Angora cat.
Daddy Long-Legs Jean Webster
The Angora cat, in good condition, is one of the most beautiful and elegant creatures in the world, and few can resist its charm.
Concerning Cats Helen M. Winslow
Dressed in silk she lay there, coiled up like an Angora cat, eating sweetmeats, and smelling of perfume.
Fair Haven and Foul Strand August Strindberg
a long-haired variety of cat, originating in Britain from crosses between Abyssinian and Siamese breeds in the 1960s
a former Turkish breed of cats popular in the 19th century
- Angora goat
a variety of domestic goat, raised originally in Angora, having long, silky hair called mohair. Historical Examples Mohair—A shiny fabric of great durability, made from the wool of the Angora goat; used for both men’s and women’s clothing. Textiles and Clothing Kate Heintz Watson Hair is obtained from the Angora goat, the camel, and alpaca. […]
- Angora rabbit
one of a breed of rabbits raised chiefly in Europe for its long, silky hair. Historical Examples This case of the Angora rabbit so much surprised me, that I repeated all the measurements and found them correct. The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Vol. I. Charles Darwin noun a breed of rabbit with […]
- Angora wool
- Angostura bark
the bitter, aromatic bark of either of two South American citrus trees, Galipea officinalis or G. cusparia, used in medicine and in the preparation of liqueurs and bitters. noun the bitter aromatic bark of certain South American rutaceous trees of the genus Cusparia or Galipea, formerly used medicinally to reduce fever