white leather

noun
leather treated with chemicals, as alum or salt; tawed leather.


Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English; cf. whitleather

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white leather
 
n
Also called: whitleather leather that has been treated with a chemical, such as alum or salt, to make it white

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Example sentences
Soothing neutral tones are the order of the day, with white leather chairs
  popping off grey and brown backgrounds.
Silently, he peeled off his worn sneakers, trading them for his white leather
  boots.
The bicycles were sold in royal blue with a white leather seat and white gel
  grips on the handlebars.
The top shall be covered with decorative, high pressure white leather laminated
  plastic.
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