verb (used with object), raw·hid·ed, raw·hid·ing.
Examples from the Web for rawhide
With a few strokes of his knife he had cut the rawhide thongs that served as fastenings and were relaxed by the wet.The Treasure of Pearls|Gustave Aimard
"You'll find most folks going to Rawhide, if you're looking for company," pursued Trampas, fishing for a recruit.The Virginian|Owen Wister
They boiled it, along with strips of the rawhide dog-harness, and drank the soup.The Silent Places|Steward Edward White
This time they drew the rawhide even tighter than before in the hope of forcing an appeal from the courageous young captive.
Those who had disappeared were returning with sticks and stout willow switches and small whips with rawhide lashes.