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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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rawhideraw‧hide /ˈrɔːhaɪd $ ˈrɒː-/ noun [uncountable]  TIMleather that is in its natural state
Examples from the Corpus
rawhideBodacious and Bonemeal chewed rawhide strips the size of ceiling molding.Their townsfolk sneered at the Maclean chiefs' rawhide brogans and bare knees, kilted tartans and dyed linens.Many Nez Perce warriors carried a sacred war-club like this, with a stone head encased in elk rawhide.The doors were all wide open, and one hung drunkenly from its rawhide straps.Her shoes were of rawhide with an inner sole of lambskin.
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