white leather

NOUN
  1. a leather that has been treated with alum and/or salt
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How To Use white leather In A Sentence

  • Combined with a fetching ensemble of white leather belts and straps, the effect is arresting.
  • There's white leather everywhere: the chairs, the banquettes, and - in a very questionable move - even the tables.
  • Barely up to my shoulder, pale tan pelt, strips of white leather hanging in loops from her hips, rust-red curlicues dyed in the fur of her chest.
  • The very low boot with white leather trim round the leg was fairly popular.
  • It was about a centimetre thick and was cork wrapped in white leather. The Sun
  • Louche and loungey, the interior is done up in chrome and white leather, all beautifully offset by deep milky blue walls.
  • The decor is frozen somewhere in the mid-1980s; wood panelling and white leather piano stools abound. Times, Sunday Times
  • This night, he was adorned in white leather suit, red elevator shoes and sunglasses, and a white leather beret.
  • In place of the familiar cheerleader's sweater and skirt Flor Quintera was clad in pants and vest of white leatherlike material. A Corridor in the Asylum
  • Cassie admired the thin white leather belt around her waist.
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