- 1A sheep’s skin with the wool on, especially when made into a garment or rug: [as modifier]: a sheepskin coatMore example sentences
- In several he looked like a 1970s football manager in his white panama hat and a sheepskin coat.
- Faux fur is everywhere for autumn, nestling comfortably alongside leather, suede and sheepskin on the rails.
- White, cream and wintry pale beige hues in conjunction with sheepskin, polar skin, shaggy furs and plenty of quilts conjure up polar expedition gear.
- 1.1Leather from a sheep’s skin used in bookbinding.More example sentences
- Another value added to the cows was the fact that while the rest of Europe used manuscripts made from sheepskin, in Ireland it was calfskin.
- Manuscripts on sheepskin or parchment were easier to create and read than chiseled stone tablets, but still could be read only by one person in one place at a time.
- 1.2 • informal A diploma.More example sentences
- Every Olympic year, several slots on the United States roster are occupied by teenage girls, youngsters having just received their diplomas, or still working toward that high school sheepskin.
- Plus, imitation sheepskin, the market in counterfeit college diplomas is booming.
- Problem is, that all-important sheepskin is out of reach for most students from low-income families.
More definitions of sheepskinDefinition of sheepskin in:
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