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Having skin of a specified kind. Often used in combination: fair-skinned; dark-skinned.
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1. stripped of the skin
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
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