Definition of Skinlike

1. Adjective. Resembling skin or some aspect of it. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Skinlike

1. resembling skin [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Skinlike

skinfood
skinfoods
skinful
skinfuls
skinhead
skinheadism
skinheads
skink
skinked
skinker
skinkers
skinking
skinks
skinless
skinlessness
skinlike (current term)
skinmags
skinnable
skinned
skinner
skinnerian conditioning
skinnerite
skinners
skinnier
skinnies
skinniest
skinnily
skinniness
skinninesses

Literary usage of Skinlike

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1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1899)
"... blue satin cravat, hair oiled and curling, daintily curved hat, gloves primrose in tint, skinlike in tightness, smelling fragrantly of eau de jasmin. ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1899)
"... blue satin cravat, hair oiled and curling, daintily curved hat, gloves primrose in tint, skinlike in tightness, smelling fragrantly of eau de jasmin. ..."

3. Ethnobotany of the Tewa Indians by Wilfred William Robbins, John Peabody Harrington, Barbara W. Freire-Marreco (1916)
"K'owa, 'tegument', 'skin', is applied to any skinlike vegetal growth, as many kinds of moss and lichen. DISCRIMINATION Small differences in plants are ..."

4. Memoirs of an Ex-minister: An Autobiography by James Howard Harris Malmesbury (1884)
"It was still covered with skinlike parchment, and the features were quite preserved. The wretched creature had been walled-up evidently alive, ..."

5. Applied Physiology: Including the Effects of Alcohol and Narcotics by Frank Overton (1898)
"Per-i-os'te-um, the tough, skinlike membrane covering the bones, and carrying their blood tubes. It produces new bone cells and so causes a bone to grow. ..."

6. Applied Physiology: Including the Effects of Alcohol and Narcotics by Frank Overton (1898)
"Mu'cous mem'brane, the skinlike lining of the inside parts of the body which connect with the air. It lines the passages by which food and air are taken in. ..."

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