Words nearby buckskin
How to use buckskin in a sentence
They washed him with water from the McKenzie River and wrapped him in a buckskin and Pendleton blanket.
Her eldest son wore a buckskin jacket with arrows on its back, and it would have made her proud.I Rejected the Native Grieving Ceremonies My Mother Taught Me When She Died. But Losing Friends During the Pandemic Changed That|Terese Marie Mailhot|December 28, 2020|Time
Bedded in the soft earth underneath lay the slim buckskin sacks.
The gold that had drawn us into the game was there in the same long, buckskin sacks, a load for one horse.
He wore moccasins and buckskin leggings, and a dingy-blue flannel shirt, open at the throat.Motor Matt's "Century" Run|Stanley R. Matthews
Father had hitched Teddy, the buckskin horse, to the big sleigh and was going for the Doctor.
Yes, the sleigh had grown as large as his father's sleigh; the reindeer as big as Teddy, the buckskin horse.
British Dictionary definitions for buckskin
- a strong greyish-yellow suede leather, originally made from deerskin but now usually made from sheepskin
- (as modifier)buckskin boots