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suede Syllabification: suede

Definition of suede in English:

noun

Leather with the flesh side rubbed to make a velvety nap.
Example sentences
  • She uses different types of leather like ostrich, nappa, suede and printed leather.
  • There are details of how they used rugged materials such as glass, concrete and steel alongside velvet, suede and leather.
  • Shiny metallic gold, silver, bronze and platinum shades will be the strong colors of the season, in soft suede leather.

Origin

Mid 17th century: from French (gants de) Suède '(gloves of) Sweden'.

Words that rhyme with suede

abrade, afraid, aid, aide, ambuscade, arcade, balustrade, barricade, Belgrade, blade, blockade, braid, brigade, brocade, cannonade, carronade, cascade, cavalcade, cockade, colonnade, crusade, dissuade, downgrade, enfilade, esplanade, evade, fade, fusillade, glade, grade, grenade, grillade, handmade, harlequinade, homemade, invade, jade, lade, laid, lemonade, limeade, made, maid, man-made, marinade, masquerade, newlaid, orangeade, paid, palisade, parade, pasquinade, persuade, pervade, raid, serenade, shade, Sinéad, staid, stockade, stock-in-trade, tailor-made, they'd, tirade, trade, Ubaid, underpaid, undismayed, unplayed, unsprayed, unswayed, upbraid, upgrade, wade

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