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deerskin

Line breaks: deer|skin
Pronunciation: /ˈdɪəskɪn
 
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Definition of deerskin in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Leather made from deer’s skin: a couch of deerskin [as modifier]: deerskin boots
More example sentences
  • The men wore deerskin breechcloths.
  • For ceremonies, the men wore a deerskin shirt decorated with paint, feathers, porcupine-quills and scalps.
  • The Mohican decorated their deerskin clothing, baskets, and other artefacts with quillwork, corn husks, beads, feathers, and paint.

Words that rhyme with deerskin

buckskinbaldachin

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