shammy leather

NOUN
  1. a soft suede leather formerly from the skin of the chamois antelope but now from sheepskin
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How To Use shammy leather In A Sentence

  • Wits' people put shammy leather over our eyes, shaped our arms with winch rope, and locked us into crates for Labs in a pick-up bed. The Tamarack Swamps
  • When you've washed the car, wipe it down well with a shammy leather.
  • 'You will have to take on a mate or two in the polishing line,' said Jack to Killick, who was gazing round with a kind of imbecile rapture at the number of surfaces that he might now attack with powdered chalk and shammy leather: like many seamen he had a passion for making metal shine, and he had already reduced Jack's earliest silver plates to something not far removed from foil. Archive 2009-04-01
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