snakeskin


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snake·skin

 (snāk′skĭn′)
n.
The skin of a snake, especially when prepared as leather.

snakeskin

(ˈsneɪkˌskɪn)
n
(Tanning) the skin of a snake, esp when made into a leather valued for handbags, shoes, etc

snake•skin

(ˈsneɪkˌskɪn)

n.
1. the skin of a snake.
2. leather made from this.
[1815–25]
Translations

snakeskin

[ˈsneɪkskɪn] Npiel f de serpiente

snakeskin

[ˈsneɪkskɪn]
npeau f de serpent
modif [boot, bag, belt] → en serpent, en peau de serpent

snakeskin

[ˈsneɪkˌskɪn]
1. npelle f di serpente
2. adj (bag, shoes) → di serpente
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Sir," replied the Naturalist, "I need a snakeskin for my collection, but if you had not explained I should not have interrupted you, for I thought you were at dinner.
I struggled to my knees and seized my assailant, a huge, naked man--naked except for a breechcloth of snakeskin, the head hanging down to the knees.
We might get some puppies, or owl eggs, or snakeskins.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers developed a soft robot inspired by snakeskin that crawls without any rigid components.
But her life changed when she was gripped by a desire to own a snakeskin bag.
The snakeskin bag leaves us in no doubt of her overall net worth.
On the other hand, many countries in Southeast Asia have gruesome and horrendous snakeskin industries which angered animal welfare groups such as PETA.
com URBAN JUNGLE GIVE your spring ensembles some animal magic with the hide of the season: snakeskin slithered onto the catwalks at Prada and sister brand Miu Miu (think boxy grab bags with chunky handles), and at Gucci (sizeable satchels with stripes of primary colours).
Faux snakeskin slingbacks, PS58, Marks and Spencer |Pom diddly pom pom.
Those snakeskin court shoes look a little lower than her alter ego Carrie might have worn but SJP gets 10 out of 10 for that tan.
With a sleek snakeskin trim and a patina that suggests years of use, Kravitz's design additions are certainly befit of a rock star.