His skin was tan and leathery from years in the sun; he pointed to two scabs on his face: “skin cancer.”
Almost no one comes to ride the airboats or stare at the leathery monsters in the gator pit.
Best known for their leathery shells, some species can roll into a ball when threatened.
A thick, leathery exterior makes chewing them as much fun as tasting them.
The stretchy, leathery ring keeps you hard while the eyelashes tickle the vadge.
His face was brown and leathery, too, and it was puckered and sour.
The pileus is fleshy, leathery or membranaceous, and usually cushion-formed.
The leathery leaves are more or less oval, two or three inches long, with toothed edges and hairy stalks.
Their skin is tanned to a leathery hue, and is of a texture akin to hide.
Mrs. O'Shanaghgan gave her a cold stare, and helped herself languidly to a small snippet of leathery toast.