doeskin


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  • noun

Words related to doeskin

soft leather from deerskin or lambskin

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a fine smooth soft woolen fabric

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She attended high school, helped out on the former Glenview Farm her family operated in Barre and was employed by Doeskin Co.
Instead they showed the classic Indian head in feather headdress or the Indian princess in beaded doeskin.
Across the meadow the doeskin sack waits empty, no cord of wood stacked clean.
Finished in Her Majesty's special order shade of dark green with doeskin interior, it's only done 43,000 royal miles and the estimate is an astonishing pounds 3,000-pounds 5,000.
Clothed, the male is feminized, sporting a silk shirt and a pair of doeskin gloves.
AUSS hausse (type of breech site for a cannon), Saussurean OAS oast, boast, Milquetoast (an AEIOU word) OES doeskin, woesome OPS ethnosychology OSS osseter (sp.
They cost from pounds 375 for flat block in doeskin suede velvet up to pounds 675 for corner block luxury leathers.
Sterling removes his doeskin glove and "tender[s] his hand to our Master" (315).
The narrator describes himself as not living in the woods "cloaked in doeskin and bear scat," but as dwelling in the margins, in the "space between" the highway and the deep woods.
Amid displays of animal bones found on his travels, there is a collection of masks and a pair of handmade doeskin beaded gloves, gifts to Bobby from various Native American tribes.
A gray felt hat and gray doeskin gloves lent the finishing touches.
Mrs Cooper bought the Supreme Leader filly for Ir50,000gns and earlier she paid Ir52,000gns for Charlie Latta's Posen three-year-old out of dual bumper winner Mrs Doeskin.
Pale colors, including blue, lilac, green, pink and straw, are presented alongside a Zen palette that includes white, steel gray and doeskin.