pleather

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pleath·er

 (plĕth′ər)
n.
A petroleum-based synthetic fabric designed to resemble leather.

[Blend of plastic and leather.]

pleather

(ˈplɛðə)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a synthetic leather
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