- to remove the hair from, as a hide in preparation for tanning.
- to remove the guard hairs from, as for a pelt or animal skin to be made into a garment.
- to become hairless: After soaking, the hides unhair easily.
Origin of unhair
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By changing the type of spiral knife cylinder the machine will unhair, flesh or scud.Animal Proteins
Hugh Garner Bennett
- to remove the hair from (a hide)