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doeskin

[ doh-skin ]
/ ˈdoʊˌskɪn /
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noun
the skin of a doe.
leather made from this.
doeskins, soft leather gloves made of sheepskin.
a closely woven woolen cloth made with a satin or a small twill weave.
adjective
made of doeskin.
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Origin of doeskin

First recorded in 1425–75, doeskin is from the late Middle English word doskin.See doe, skin
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British Dictionary definitions for doeskin

doeskin
/ (ˈdəʊˌskɪn) /

noun
the skin of a deer, lamb, or sheep
a very supple leather made from this skin and used esp for gloves
a heavy smooth satin-weave or twill-weave cloth
(modifier) made of doeskin
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