Definition of Leatherettes

1. Noun. (plural of leatherette) ¹



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Definition of Leatherettes

1. leatherette [n] - See also: leatherette

Lexicographical Neighbors of Leatherettes

leatherback
leatherback turtle
leatherbacks
leatherbound
leathercloth
leathercloths
leathercraft
leathercrafter
leathercrafters
leathercrafting
leathercrafts
leatherdykes
leathered
leatherette
leatherettes (current term)
leatherfish
leathergoods
leatherhead
leatherheads
leatherier
leatheriest
leatheriness
leathering
leatherings
leatherjack
leatherjacket
leatherjackets
leatherleaf
leatherleaf fern

Literary usage of Leatherettes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Outlines of Industrial Chemistry: A Text-book for Students by Frank Hall Thorp, Warren Kendall Lewis (1916)
"These leatherettes are chiefly used for embossed trimmings in book binding, and in places where pliability is not essential. ..."

2. The Library World (1903)
"On different coloured leatherettes to distinguish classes. A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, K, L. Price lid. per Strip. Price la. per Box of 100. CLASS GUIDES. ..."

3. Hand Book of the United States Tariff: Containing the Tariff Act of 1913 by Vandegrift, F.B., & Co, William Watson Rich, United States (1913)
"... (TD 23026) 30% 360 " whips with whistles (TD 9840, 23026) 30% 530 " white splits (TD 15172) Free 324 leatherettes (TD 7008), as paper, surface coated. ..."

4. Bulletin of Pharmacy (1918)
"Those telescope leatherettes will do. What do they cost? Eighteen dollars the gross. All right. "Now let's see: The Flor de Gras cost 6 cents apiece, eh? ..."

5. Official Proceedings for the Annual Convention by American Society for Municipal Improvements (1907)
"You see it in chair covers and leatherettes. The method invented in 1838 by Bethell is known to us as ordinary creosoting. All his patents have elapsed long ..."

6. Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention of the American Society of (1907)
"You see it in chair covers and leatherettes. The method invented in 1838 by Bethell is known to us as ordinary creosoting. All his patents have elapsed long ..."

7. Christianity as a World-power by George Claude Lorimer (1899)
"leatherettes •* Pamphlets Books of Great Value, in cheap form, for Extended Circulation Apostolic Preaching (new). By Rev. CA COOK, . . . . Seta. ..."

8. Customs Tariff Act of August 5, 1909, Revised to March 1, 1910, with by Downing (R.F) & Co (1910)
"leatherettes, as surface-coated paper. Leaves, artificial, and stems or other parts, and articles composed of, 11181-11378 60 per cent. ..."

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