lambskin lambskin


  1. (n) the skin of a lamb with the wool still on
  2. (n) skin of a sheep or goat prepared for writing on



  1. He entered a stuffy robing room to tie on his little lambskin apron trimmed with heavy gold fringe.
  2. Richmond's coffin factory was working overtime filling orders for its smallest size: a two-foot pine box, covered with white lambskin cloth, that sells for $15.
  3. Yandarbiyev, dressed in green camouflage fatigues and wearing a tall lambskin hat, tried to sit down at the end of the table opposite Yeltsin, as a foreign head of state would.


  • Max M. Fisher Music Center getting new upscale gift shop

    Looking for a new place to buy a fur-trimmed cashmere cape, lambskin gloves or a silk scarf? Then you may want to check out the newly revamped gift shop at the Max. M Fisher Music Center, which is home to the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. The shop, which has been closed for the season, is to re-open on September 28. Rachel Lutz, owner of the Peacock Room and Emerald, two shops located in Detroit's ...
    on August 25, 2013     Source: Detroit Free Press


  1. "This means that he is both bad-mannered and incites hatred. No one should be misled by these wolves who wish to dress themselves in lambskin", Borisov said further.
    on Jul 14, 2009 By: Boiko Borisov Source: Focus News

  2. She describes how Beatrix wrote a friend about how she "had been out early in the morning 'photographing the lambs before they depart! . . . It does not do to be sentimental on a farm. I am going to have some lambskin hearthrugs.' "
    on Feb 2, 2007 By: Beatrix Potter Source: Indianapolis Star

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