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sheepskin

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Material & textiles
sheepskinsheep‧skin /ˈʃiːpˌskɪn/ noun [countable, uncountable] 🔊 🔊 TIMHBAthe skin of a sheep with the wool still on it 🔊 a sheepskin coat
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sheepskinThis time we had the welcome addition of a sheepskin backrest, an inflatable neck support and a selection of surgical collars.The woman wore a sheepskin coat that reached to her calves.Jakhaila Miracle Braxton is resting her 3-pound-something body on a tiny piece of sheepskin in an incubator at Mercy Hospital.Many of the people walking had put on their wellingtons or sheepskin boots.In a basement sweatshop two men in their early 20s are sewing sheepskin waistcoats for the bazaar.He was still dark from his summer tan, and wore a short sheepskin coat and a shirt with an open collar.M were able to immediately put their sheepskins to work.Get your sheepskin if you want a good job.sheepskin coatThe woman wore a sheepskin coat that reached to her calves.A sheepskin coat was the skinhead status symbol.He was wearing a brown imitation sheepskin coat.He was still dark from his summer tan, and wore a short sheepskin coat and a shirt with an open collar.She stood up and shrugged the sheepskin coat from her shoulders, hanging it from the hook behind the door.What emerged from this astonishing machine was Eric, wearing a wonderful sheepskin coat and boots.
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