leathered leathered


  • (adj) resembling or made to resemble leather; tough but pliable



  1. This is a voice of choirboy purity, before it gets weathered and leathered by whiskey and cigarettes.
  2. The place is London, one of those comfortable, leathered clubs with high-back wing chairs and good port.
  3. But this time the beet-faced, bulge-bellied barrister plopped himself not in the customary attorney's seat but in the red-leathered witness chair.


  • Sunday pops

    By Tribune-Review The Hill newspaper has hired “veteran Democratic strategist” — we prefer leathered loony leftist — James Carville to write a biweekly column on “modern Republicanism ...
    on September 8, 2013     Source: The Mckeesport Daily News


  1. Sandi added: "I bumped into her at the after-party and told her the story behind the name of the album - that, unfortunately, it wasn't about her. It was named after a pub - which was also quite apt. Still, as I think she was pretty leathered by the...
    on Jun 9, 2008 By: Sandi Thom Source: Glasgow Daily Record

  2. Gibson says: "I look like I was going to die in this movie. I look like, 'Eww!' all drawn out and leathered. And I have aged. It's just a natural part of the holy human condition. What am I going to do? Get surgery? That just looks weird. Besides,...
    on Jan 21, 2010 By: Mel Gibson Source: Independent

  3. "I've been using the same glove for four, five years," said Pierre, who signed this offseason with the Los Angeles Dodgers after one year with the Cubs. "This one is hanging on. I probably have to get it re-leathered to make it through next...
    on Feb 9, 2007 By: Juan Pierre Source: MLB.com

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