\sˈuːɛlə͡l], \sˈuːɛləl], \s_ˈuː_ɛ_l_əl]\
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By Princeton University
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A gregarious American rodent which unites some of the characteristics of the beaver with those of the squirrel family and the prairie-dog. It is remarkable for its rootless molars. It is about the size of a muskrat, and the reddish-brown skin which covers its plump heavy body is much used by the Indians as an article of dress.
By Daniel Lyons