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legging (often plural) a covering for the lower leg or for the whole leg. Leggings may be made of strong cloth or leather.
moccasin a soft leather shoe or slipper without a heel. Moccasins were first made and worn by American Indians.
mold2 a fungus that grows on the surface of plant or animal materials such as food or leather. Some kinds of mold are fuzzy or fluffy. Penicillin is a kind of mold.
muzzle a device made of leather or wire mesh that is placed over this part of the head to keep the animal from biting, eating, or barking. [1/6 definitions]
nap2 the soft, fuzzy, or furry surface on cloth or leather.
patchwork pieces of cloth or leather sewn together in a pattern.
patent leather leather that has a hard, shiny finish.
purse a pouch or bag made of leather, cloth, or a similar material, used for carrying money and other personal items; handbag. [1/4 definitions]
rawhide a rope or whip made of such leather. [1/2 definitions]
rein (usually plural) a set of leather straps attached to both ends of a horse's bridle bit. Using reins, a driver or rider can control the horse. [1/4 definitions]
saddle a leather seat that is used on the back of a horse or other animal to carry a rider. [1/5 definitions]
shoe a protective covering for the human foot, often made of leather or canvas. [1/4 definitions]
sling1 a leather loop used to throw a stone or other small object. [1/4 definitions]
stirrup a loop or ring of metal, wood, or leather with a flat bottom that hangs from each side of a saddle. Stirrups are used to support the rider's foot.
tan to make into leather by soaking in a special solution. [1/6 definitions]
thong a narrow strip of leather or similar material that is used to tie or fasten. [2 definitions]
tongue a flap of leather under the laces of a shoe or boot. [1/5 definitions]
yak1 a large, heavy mammal with long hair. Yaks are closely related to cattle. They live in Tibet and Central Asia. People raise yaks to carry loads and for their milk, fur, and leather. Very few yaks are left in the wild.