- buckthorn family
Origin of buckskin
Examples from the Web for buckskins
Yet with the approach of the vernal equinox I began to overhaul my buckskins.A Volunteer with Pike|Robert Ames Bennet
The buckskins, however, were not the only evidence in this case.Between Whiles|Helen Hunt Jackson
The buckskins had disappeared—the credit of his house was at stake—the house of Baring was his enemy—there was no help for it.George Cruikshank's Omnibus|George Cruikshank
The gentleman of the buckskins was the proprietor, with whose bailiff Harry Wakefield had dealt, or was in the act of dealing.
Squires and sportsmen put on buckskins of an amazing tightness and walked the street in top-boots.
- a strong greyish-yellow suede leather, originally made from deerskin but now usually made from sheepskin
- (as modifier)buckskin boots