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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Material & textiles
suedesuede /sweɪd/ noun [uncountable]  TIMsoft leather with a slightly rough surface suede shoes a suede jacket
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suedeBlack polo-neck, black suede shoes, black flop of hair.Russell & Bromley suede court shoes, £79.99.I bought my first pair of those brown suede boots back in the early Sixties.The man was carrying a fur-collared suede coat on a hanger, draped with a dry cleaners' plastic bag.The lightweight upper is made from synthetic suede and nylon and the support is given by the thermoplastic heel counter.I really believed he did love this suede.In this collection, he has embraced Caterpillar work boots, done up for him in two-tone suede.
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