a material constructed of paper or cloth and finished to simulate the grain, color, and texture of leather.
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How to use leatherette in a sentence
The interior of the diner is a single giant room lined with blue leatherette booths.
Her family photos are bound in leatherette albums and stuffed in popcorn tins that her grandmother passed down to her.Her Stepfather Admitted to Sexually Abusing Her. That Wasn’t Enough to Keep Her Safe. | by Nadia Sussman | September 18, 2020 | ProPublica
These plates were accompanied by explanatory text, and issued in a leatherette case, price 10s.Dickens and His Illustrators | Frederic G. Kitton
"If you give in, your chances for re-election ain't worth a leatherette," Yarpe said to the sheriff.The Captain of the Gray-Horse Troop | Hamlin Garland
leatherette tears easily, and lacks both tenacity and smoothness.A Book for All Readers | Ainsworth Rand Spofford
Next procure a piece of leatherette about twelve inches in diameter, or large enough to cover the opening of the pan.The Library of Work and Play: Mechanics, Indoors and Out | Fred T. Hodgson
A real pocket atlas 53-1/2 inches, 96 pages, leatherette covers.Mr. Sweet Potatoes and Other Stories | Anonymous
British Dictionary definitions for leatherette
an imitation leather made from paper, cloth, etc
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