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buckskin

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Material & textiles
buckskinbuck‧skin /ˈbʌkˌskɪn/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 TIMstrong soft leather made from the skin of a deer or goat
Examples from the Corpus
buckskinGary is wearing a pair of jeans, a buckskin jacket decorated with porcupine quills, and his elaborate necklace.A minute Rainbow in a cowgirl's hat, fringed buckskin skirt and tiny spurred western boots.The eighteenth century book-collector Clayton Mordaunt Cracherode had a father who travelled round the world in buckskin breeches.The originals of such paintings were done on buckskin, they say.
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