A grayish yellow in colour.
Leather made from the skin of one of these reptiles.
Parchment is paper made from the skin of an animal, or a documents written on this type of paper.
A strong paper made to resemble vellum
Leather or a garment made from this
Skin is the outer layer of something.
The skin of a sheep either tanned with the fleece left on or in the form of leather or parchment.
(US, historical) A cured bison hide, with the hair left on, used as a blanket or wrap.
Leather made from this
A synthetic fabric having a smooth, somewhat shiny surface.
(Usually as “chamois leather”) Soft pliable leather originally made from the skin of chamois (nowadays the hides of deer, sheep, and other species of goat are alternatively used).
The definition of a hide is an animal skin.
Leathery in texture:
Fine leather made from the hide of a calf.
(Informal) A baseball
Fine leather, made from sheepskin, used esp. for gloves
An untanned or only partially tanned cattle hide
The hide of a cow or, often, that of any bovine animal
Any of several straplike parts or things, as a shoulder strap, a loop for pulling on boots, a razor strop, etc.
A device, esp. a thick leather band, used for putting a fine edge on razors
Thrash means the act of beating.
The process of providing a factory with machinery in preparation for production.
A dessert made of sugar and whipped cream, stiffly beaten egg whites, or gelatin, and often fruit
To cause (hair) to form tight curls or waves.
To prepare with curry powder
To transfer (recorded material) onto a new recording medium.
To cut a saw-toothed edge on (cloth, etc.) to prevent unraveling or for decoration
To convert (an animal hide) into white leather by treating it with a mixture containing alum and salt.
To work with a tool.
A fine, soft leather made, originally in Morocco, from goatskins tanned with sumac
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