shearling

[sheer-ling]
noun
1.
Chiefly British. a yearling sheep that has been shorn once.
2.
short wool pulled from such a sheep.
3.
the skin from a recently shorn sheep or lamb, tanned with the wool still on it.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English scherling. See shear, -ling1

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shearling (ˈʃɪəlɪŋ)
 
n
1.  a young sheep after its first shearing
2.  the skin of such an animal

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Shearling trim added an extra layer of luxe to leather coats.
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