Origin of swanskin
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I have got a swanskin waistcoat,—a most attractive external.Letters of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Vol. I (of 2)
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
But you must hide the swanskin that belongs to the youngest maiden.
Then he came from where he was hiding and gave her the swanskin.
Now that she had the swanskin she was able to transform herself.
The one who carried the green scarf left her swanskin under a bush.
- the skin of a swan with the feathers attached
- a fine twill-weave flannel fabric