badges (part of speech: noun)
mammals (part of speech: noun)
gazelles, hogs, camelopards, cavies, jackals, donkeys, lynxes, hares, hedgehogs, otters, antelopes, wolves, sheep, echidnas, rhinoceroses, mules, lemmings, dogs, horses, moles, squirrels, raccoons, hyenas, dingoes, burros, ibexes, wallabies, pandas, coyotes, elephants, caribou, opossums, llamas, lions, giraffes, minks, cows, pumas, polecats, moose, arctic foxes, cats, oxen, zebras, kangaroos, pigs, weasels, marmots, gnus, hamsters, porcupines, stags, camels, bobcats, ferrets, panthers, ocelots, deer, chipmunks, bison, alpacas, gophers, cheetahs, wombats, sables, yaks, koalas, rabbits, buffaloes, swine, stoats, mice, shrews, skunks, cougars, foxes, hippopotami, possums, beavers, goats, bears, tigers, dromedaries, sloths, platypuses, mongooses, chinchillas, jaguars, reindeers, rats, leopards, elks, asses
- These were chiefly of seals; a few foxes; the whitish cat, or lynx; common and pine- martins; small ermines; bears; racoons; and sea- otters. - "A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 16", Robert Kerr.
- She drew her snowy ermines about her and rustled over the threshold. - "The Dop Doctor", Clotilde Inez Mary Graves.
- And after a little while she discovered two lead figures which were not military; a civilian wearing a bowler hat; a feminine figure wearing a crown and ermines. - "Quick Action", Robert W. Chambers.