Definition of Sheepskins

1. Noun. (plural of sheepskin) ¹



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Definition of Sheepskins

1. sheepskin [n] - See also: sheepskin

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sheepskins

sheeps
sheepshagger
sheepshaggers
sheepshank
sheepshanks
sheepshead
sheepshead porgy
sheepsheads
sheepshearer
sheepshearers
sheepshearing
sheepshearings
sheepshit
sheepskin
sheepskin coat
sheepskins (current term)
sheepwalk
sheepwalks
sheepy
sheer
sheer(a)
sheered
sheerer
sheerest
sheering
sheerleg
sheerlegs
sheerly
sheerness
sheernesses

Literary usage of Sheepskins

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1. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1874)
"To this last is shipped * 1500000 (washed) went to the United States. the greater portion of the tallow ; while between it and France the sheepskins are ..."

2. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1914)
"sheepskins Cabretta skins are "sheepskins," within the meaning of the provision ... 201, relating to raw skins "except sheepskins with the wool on," and the ..."

3. Modern American Tanning: A Practical Treatise on the Manufacture of Leather (1910)
"In reference to grease spots in sheepskins showing up on the grain after the ... In curing sheepskins by drying them exposed to the hot sun. the grease in ..."

4. A Classical Technology by John Miller Burnam (1920)
"Then you pour out again and wash and dry the sheepskins as we said above. (680 A). ON THE FIRST CELANDINE DYE First celandine dyeing: treat the hides the ..."

5. Animal Proteins by Hugh Garner Bennett (1921)
"In the case of sheepskins the " warm-sweat " system is generally used, and the operation is carried out at 75°-80° F. A satisfactory yield of wool is ..."

6. Animal Proteins by Hugh Garner Bennett (1921)
"In the case of sheepskins the " warm-sweat " system is generally used, and the operation is carried out at 75°-80° F. A satisfactory yield of wool is ..."

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