verb (used with object), cow·hid·ed, cow·hid·ing.
Origin of cowhide
Examples from the Web for cowhide
He was even now ashamed of the girl in cowhide boots and torn, thin skirt.Tess of the Storm Country|Grace Miller White
Regarding material for filling, for ordinary use, there is nothing equal to cowhide, a fairly heavy skin.Woodcraft|E. H. (Elmer Harry) Kreps
He was no romantic sight with his red flannel shirt, fishy trowsers, cowhide boots, and hands pickled in brine.
Richard Grant still felt the cowhide of his enemy tingling upon his legs, and still felt its iron piercing his soul.In School and Out|Oliver Optic
Under this were fastened with cowhide thongs the points of his old leathern hose, also strained now almost to bursting.The Deserter, and Other Stories|Harold Frederic