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leather-like Line breaks: leather-like

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Definition of leather-like in English:

adjective

Having a tough, hard texture like leather: leather-like skin tough leather-like belts
More example sentences
  • In short, the skin can take on a coarse and leather-like appearance.
  • A nineteenth-century traveller described it as 'thin, black, leather-like pieces of meat dried and browned in the sun, and with salt and squashed flies'.
  • I especially like the luxurious material on the seats, and the charcoal suede-effect material continued on the doors - set off with a perforated leather-like material on the door handles.

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