Naugahyde


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Nau·ga·hyde

 (nô′gə-hīd′)
A trademark for an artificial leather made of vinyl-coated fabric.
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naugahyde

(ˈnɔːɡəˌhaɪd)
n
(Textiles) a brand of synthetic leather made from vinyl-coated fabric
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Nau•ga•hyde

(ˈnɔ gəˌhaɪd)
Trademark.
a brand of strong vinyl-coated fabric made to look like leather.
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