sealskin

[seel-skin]
noun
1.
the skin of a seal.
2.
the skin or fur of the fur seal when prepared for making garments or leather items.
3.
a garment or article made of this fur.
adjective
4.
made of sealskin: a sealskin purse.

Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English seleskin. See seal2, skin

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sealskin (ˈsiːlˌskɪn)
 
n
1.  a.  the skin or pelt of a fur seal, esp when dressed with the outer hair removed and the underfur dyed dark brown
 b.  (as modifier): a sealskin coat
2.  a garment made of this skin

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Example sentences
The town shops sell sealskin slippers, mittens and other indigenous crafts.
The myths and fables they hand down are woven out of fog, wildflowers and sealskin.
The sealskin coat may he a coat proper or it may be a jacket.
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