kidskin

NOUN
  1. soft smooth leather from the hide of a young goat
    kid gloves
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How To Use kidskin In A Sentence

  • The dress had been delivered to her, along with gloves in cream silk, embroidered kidskin slippers, a silk and tortoiseshell fan, and a tortoiseshell hairgrip in the shape of a butterfly.
  • CHEVRIL, from kidskin, which is elastic and pliable. Every Man in His Humor
  • Mrs. Cahill set her Spanish-leather handbag on one of the chairs, stripped off her kidskin gloves, and slid them through the bag's carrying straps. Excerpt: Spade & Archer by Joe Gores
  • The dress had been delivered to her, along with gloves in cream silk, embroidered kidskin slippers, a silk and tortoiseshell fan, and a tortoiseshell hairgrip in the shape of a butterfly.
  • The dazzlingly vain Gaddafi, dressed in a custom-made silk Italian jump suit and zippered kidskin boots, beamed with pleasure. Eric Margolis: Gaddafi: The Fox Is Cornered
  • Blood soaked kidskin gloves were peeled off and discarded, new gloves produced from a pocket and slipped onto milk-white hands.
  • Known as "the Faberg of footwear," he created the gold kidskin sandals studded with rubies that Queen Elizabeth II wore to her coronation in 1953, and the silver buckle shoes actress Catherine Deneuve wore in Luis Bunuel's 1967 film "Belle de Jour. Style Icon
  • And you know that lady has a closet full of drying kidskins.
  • Her boots and gloves were of softest kidskin, and a belt encircled her waist from which hung a deadly, but less heavy version of her master's broadsword.
  • She hadn't had a pair of kidskin gloves in ages; she'd had to make do with knit woolen gloves that had been darned and redarned so many times there wasn't much left of the original material on the fingers. red dust
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