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noun

leather treated with chemicals, as alum or salt; tawed leather.

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Origin of white leather

1400–50; late Middle English; cf. whitleather
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white leather

noun

leather that has been treated with a chemical, such as alum or salt, to make it whiteAlso called: whitleather (ˈwɪtlɛðə)
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