[kawr-ee-ey-shuhs, kohr-, kor-]
of or like leather.

1665–75; < Late Latin coriāceus leathern. See corium, -aceous

subcoriaceous, adjective Unabridged
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coriaceous or corious (ˌkɔːrɪˈeɪʃəs)
of or resembling leather
[C17: from Late Latin coriāceus from corium leather]
corious or corious
[C17: from Late Latin coriāceus from corium leather]

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The presence of these proteins indicates that the epidermis is both coriaceous and waterproof.
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