[ UK /sˈiːlskɪn/ ]
the pelt or fur (especially the underfur) of a seal
a coat of seal
- a garment (as a jacket or coat or robe) made of sealskin
How To Use sealskin In A Sentence
- Mary, charmingly, has already had some traditional sealskin clothes made - we don't know if she chose the animals to be bludgeoned to death herself, or left it up to the experts.
- Also, to secure the oar from the weather (for I used it in mild breezes as a flagstaff on top of my pyramid from which to fly a flag I made me from one of my precious shirts) I contrived for it a covering of well-cured sealskins. Chapter 19
- He took the familiar turning to the right at the head of the street, and as he plodded along the slippery walk he decided that one of the first things he must do was to buy sealskin cap and gloves. THE PRODIGAL FATHER
- The outfit for women consists of sealskin pants and kamiks, worn with a silk-covered quilted tunic and a lace and glass-beaded collar.
- The tupik is made of sealskins, with the hair on the inside. The North Pole Its Discovery in 1909 under the auspices of the Peary Arctic Club
- No factory-engineered fleece compares to the warmth of a sealskin parka.
- Produced by an Inuit cast and crew, The Fast Runner pays close ethnographic attention to the daily details of Inuit life, from building an igloo to making a sealskin drum.
- It can be made from a variety of pelts and hides including leather, sealskin, mink, racoon, rabbit or pigskin in hundreds of different styles.
- The soft sound of a limousine purred through the area grating and two well-fed figures in sealskin coats, led by the "friendly visitor," appeared at the door. Hungry Hearts
- She saw the trees were pollarded limes, their damp bark like sealskin. LOOKING FOR THE SPARK