1. a fine smooth soft woolen fabric
  2. soft leather from deerskin or lambskin
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How To Use doeskin In A Sentence

  • A gaudy dresser who at one point favored gold satin shirts, gold velvet ties and a purple doeskin suit, Tynan burst into journalism at a young age and later served as literary manager for Britain's renowned National Theatre. A challenging role for a complex thespian
  • Old men and governors wore broadcloth; "full dress" was broadcloth with "doeskin" trousers; and there were seen men of all ages to whom a hat meant only that rigid, tall silk thing known to impudence as a The Magnificent Ambersons
  • She was royally dressed by Apache standards, in a fine beaded doeskin tunic, fringed below the knee, which must have taken a dozen squaws a week to chew; her moccasins had bright geometric patterns, a lace scarf was bound about her brows, and there was enough silver and beadwork round her neck to start a bazaar. Isabelle
  • Her shirt was of ivory linen, and her fancifully decorated vest of soft doeskin. THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN
  • And I knew the 'Paches well enough, God help me; I was even married to one for a spell, banns, beads, buffalo-dance and all, and a spanking little wild beast she was, too, with her peach-brown satin skin and hot black eyes, and those white doeskin leggings up to her thighs with the tiny silver bells all down the sides ... Isabelle
  • His leggings and shirt were of a plain doeskin, an ornamental band of colored beads and dentalium shells formed the shirt's collar. Moonheart
  • His dress suited his pretensions -- the soft rich broadcloth which tailors called doeskin, and linen of a fineness rare outside the eastern cities. The Path of the King
  • He stepped from behind the screen, dressed in light, silky green robes and soft doeskin breeches.
  • Today he was resplendent in a well-tailored riding coat of cobalt superfine, a figured waistcoat of sky blue marcella, white doeskin trousers, and highly polished black Hessians. How to Woo a Reluctant Lady
  • My hair down and already disheveled from riding, my doeskin leggings soiled from the wet grass, my tunic torn, I ran to the palace courtroom.
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