And the Constitution, written on goatskin not rice paper, might be as our country was under Jefferson.
But pigskin, goatskin, and of course calf, in time lose by evaporation certain fats which are inherent in the leather.
A man, when he is a father, wears a cape of goatskin "inadequate for decency."
One goatskin yet remained, and out of that it was determined to make a sail.
Suzanne heard, and her face grew white as the goatskin cloak she wore.
He hauled steadily at a heavy weight—a goatskin filled with cold water.
It matched the coat of goatskin, the bare knees and the moccasins I had planned for him.
Each monk stretched himself on his goatskin mat on the floor of the little cell which he had dug in the sand.
It was a strong, harsh wine, in which goatskin and resin struggled for predominance.
He got his name and his coat at the same time, for he was called ever afterwards "Gilly of the goatskin."