/ (ˈbʌkˌskɪnz) /

pl n
  1. (in the US and Canada) breeches, shoes, or a suit of buckskin

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How to use buckskins in a sentence

  • I renewed my stock of flints and added to my roll of buckskins, not forgetting a fresh supply of “whangs” for sewing my moccasins.

    A Virginia Scout | Hugh Pendexter
  • The gentleman of the buckskins was the proprietor, with whose bailiff Harry Wakefield had dealt, or was in the act of dealing.

  • And he would have been more conspicuous with a cocked hat on his bare red scalp, and knee breeches instead of buckskins.

    Lazarre | Mary Hartwell Catherwood
  • Skenedonk also had new toggery in scarfs and trinkets which I did not recognize, and his fine buckskins were cleaned.

    Lazarre | Mary Hartwell Catherwood
  • As for the good old buckskins of our venerated grandsires and governors, they arose in Roman times.