made of fabric resembling a leopard's hide; made of leopard hide
But as soon as he caught sight of the stranger in the leopard-skin he started with dismay.
A bank of earth, on which was spread a leopard-skin, formed the throne.
In a moment he had knelt before her and flung up her leopard-skin skirt.
The place of honor was covered with a leopard-skin, and the rest of the seats with deerskins.
He wore curious clothes, for he had a kind of linen tunic, and around his waist hung a kilt of leopard-skin.
On the wall behind him the leopard-skin still hung, looking now shrivelled at the edges in this extreme heat.
At last he turned round, and told Jan that he must carry his leopard-skin.
The word is also loosely applied to the cloaks of leopard-skin worn by the chiefs and principal men of the Kaffir tribes.
Dingaanzulu stood up and threw his leopard-skin cloak about his shoulders.
The girl stood before him, clad from neck to foot in her leopard-skin dress.