lambskin

[lam-skin]
noun
1.
the skin of a lamb, especially when dressed with its wool, and used for clothing.
2.
leather made from such skin.
3.
parchment made from such skin.

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English; see lamb, skin

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lambskin (ˈlæmˌskɪn)
 
n
1.  the skin of a lamb, esp with the wool still on
2.  a.  a material or garment prepared from this skin
 b.  (as modifier): a lambskin coat
3.  a cotton or woollen fabric resembling this skin

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Example sentences
Over the years our reputation for quality mens and womens lambskin coats has grown.
The sponge was a wooden cylinder about a foot long, the same diameter as the shot, and covered with lambskin.
Sheep and lambskin supply is influenced by price developments in meat and in wool.
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