Associations to the word «Leather»
LEATHER, noun. A tough material produced from the skin of animals, by tanning or similar process, used e.g. for clothing.
LEATHER, noun. A piece of the above used for polishing.
LEATHER, noun. (colloquial) A cricket ball or football.
LEATHER, noun. (plural: leathers) clothing made from the skin of animals, often worn by motorcycle riders.
LEATHER, noun. (baseball) A good defensive play
LEATHER, noun. (dated) (humorous) The skin.
LEATHER, adjective. Made of leather.
LEATHER, adjective. Referring to one who wears leather clothing (motorcycle jacket, chaps over 501 jeans, boots), especially as a sign of sadomasochistic homosexuality.
LEATHER, verb. To cover with leather.
LEATHER, verb. To strike forcefully.
LEATHER CARP, noun. A scaleless carp.
LEATHER CHEERIO, noun. (slang) (vulgar) anus
LEATHER CHEERIOS, noun. Plural of leather cheerio
LEATHER LEAF, noun. A shrub (Chamaedaphne calyculata) found in the cool temperate and subarctic regions of the Northern Hemisphere.
LEATHER LEAFS, noun. Plural of leather leaf
LEATHER LUNGED, adjective. Alternative spelling of leather-lunged
LEATHER QUEEN, noun. (slang) (LGBT) A gay man with a fetish for leather
LEATHER WORKING, noun. (idiomatic) The technology of making products from leather.
LEATHER, noun. An animal skin made smooth and flexible by removing the hair and then tanning.
LEATHER, verb. Whip with a leather strap.
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