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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsnakeskinsnake‧skin /ˈsneɪkˌskɪn/ noun [uncountable]  TIHBAthe skin of a snake used to make shoes, bags etc snakeskin shoes
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snakeskinHe wasn't looking at her - he was looking at me, and there was a snakeskin feel to his face.And a number of long-haired young men, with leather jackets, tight trousers and snakeskin boots, bustled into the restaurant.He had snakeskin boots and a matching snakeskin guitar case.LEFT-HANDED Lag Rockline, red snakeskin, 4 months old, £625 ono.The expensive item slithered off his back like a shed snakeskin.Scott would bet that he had never worn the snakeskin overcoat Annabel had given him the Christmas before.
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