sharkskin

[ UK /ʃˈɑːkskɪn/ ]
NOUN
  1. a smooth crisp fabric
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How To Use sharkskin In A Sentence

  • This one is extra-cool because it's made from brown-dyed sharkskin with a decorative stingray hide trim across the top.
  • She has created an artificial sharkskin that mimics natural sharkskin's innate resistance to biofouling.
  • Right-hand models in black cowhide or sharkskin are stocked for immediate delivery; left-hand versions and other leather colors are available on special order.
  • The hilt was gold and intricately wrought; the handle was carefully wrapped in sharkskin.
  • A dark-skinned man in a sharkskin suit came out of a room on the second landing to meet them. TANK OF SERPENTS
  • In walked Ossian, dressed in a sharkskin, pinstripe suit.
  • The new suits are said to even more closely mimic the sharkskin that first inspired the original suits and also combine Speedo's latest innovations in hydrodynamics, with fewer seams and different prints on different parts of the body.
  • But no, it was an exquisitely tailored blue sharkskin sports coat that was made for a man at least seven foot tall, and as big around as a beer keg.
  • No, the only area where you can guarantee that one of the slimier branches of jurisprudence would swoop down with tort settlements glistening in their eyes like a sharkskin suit would be agriculture - specifically livestock producers.
  • Menswear bargains include 50 per cent off a Fraser suede blazer at £125, and a Richard James grey sharkskin single-breasted suit at £300.
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