The obscure word of the week is plew

This week’s obscure English word is plew. It’s a nineteenth century word reputedly derived from Canadian French, ‘poilu’ (hairy/bristly), and means beaver skin or pelt. And beaver pelts, it turns out, were a standard measure for defining value among fur traders in the day.

Your challenge: write a sentence or two in the comments using this word.

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