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moleskin

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Pronunciation: /ˈməʊlskɪn
 
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Definition of moleskin in English:

noun

[mass noun]
1The skin or prepared fur of a mole: rich artisans in jackets of rabbit and moleskin
More example sentences
  • He was in the same get up, just with a moleskin jacket, and very short deerskin shorts.
2A thick, strong cotton fabric with a shaved pile surface: [as modifier]: moleskin trousers
More example sentences
  • I asked Geoff to explain the differences in the different moleskin fabrics.
  • You would know them at a glance - dressed almost alike with brown boots, moleskin trousers, and a peaked cap turned to the left side.
  • Tweeds, velvets, moleskin - there's no retro cloth that hasn't been revamped for a new generation of trendsetters.

Words that rhyme with moleskin

goatskinoilskin

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