Synonyms
Antonyms

1. leather-leaved

adjective. having leathery leaves.

Synonyms

  • leather-leafed

Antonyms

  • aphyllous
  • defoliate

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Words that Rhyme with Chamois Leather

  • merriweather
  • get-together
  • altogether
  • birdfeather
  • together
  • whether
  • grether
  • weather
  • tether
  • sether
  • raether
  • nether
  • heather
  • feather

Example sentences of the word chamois-leather


1. Noun Phrase
Store your chamois leather coat in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.

2. leather-leafed

adjective. having leathery leaves.

Synonyms

  • leafy

Antonyms

  • aphyllous
  • defoliate

3. leather

noun. ['ˈlɛðɝ'] an animal skin made smooth and flexible by removing the hair and then tanning.

Synonyms

  • cowskin
  • fleece
  • white leather
  • cowhide
  • doeskin
  • kid
  • horsehide
  • roan
  • shammy
  • buff
  • kidskin
  • buckskin
  • glove leather
  • ooze leather
  • sheepskin
  • whit leather
  • chammy
  • pigskin
  • alligator
  • suede leather
  • deerskin
  • grain
  • calf
  • morocco
  • calfskin
  • suede
  • piece of leather
  • mocha
  • shammy leather
  • cordovan
  • crush
  • animal skin
  • chammy leather
  • shoe leather
  • chamois leather
  • Russia leather
  • crushed leather
  • patent leather

Antonyms

  • adult
  • male offspring
  • female offspring
  • parent

Etymology

  • leþer (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

4. chamois

noun. hoofed mammal of mountains of Eurasia having upright horns with backward-hooked tips.

Synonyms

  • goat antelope
  • Rupicapra rupicapra
  • genus Rupicapra

Etymology

  • chamois (French)

5. chamois

noun. a soft suede leather formerly from the skin of the chamois antelope but now from sheepskin.

Synonyms

  • shammy leather
  • wash leather
  • chammy leather
  • chammy
  • leather
  • chamois leather

Etymology

  • chamois (French)

6. leather

verb. ['ˈlɛðɝ'] whip with a leather strap.

Synonyms

  • lather
  • trounce
  • strap
  • lash
  • welt
  • flog
  • slash

Antonyms

  • leader
  • achromatic
  • largeness
  • bigness

Etymology

  • leþer (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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