skinned


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skinned

 (skĭnd)
adj.
Having skin of a specified kind. Often used in combination: fair-skinned; dark-skinned.

skinned

(skɪnd)
adj
1. stripped of the skin
2.
a. having a skin as specified
b. (in combination): thick-skinned.
3. keep one's eyes skinned keep one's eyes peeled to watch carefully
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.skinned - having skin of a specified kind
skinless - having no skin
Translations
References in classic literature ?
he ordered the Indians in Spanish, and with muttered threats the dark- skinned men advanced toward Tom and the others.
Jelinek put on his long wolfskin coat, and when we admired it, he told us that he had shot and skinned the coyotes, and the young man who `batched' with him, Jan Bouska, who had been a fur-worker in Vienna, made the coat.
If I could be skinned, and come white, I'd try then.