|glove of kid leather||kid glove|
|(about an animal) lacking reins, lacking leather restraints on the harness; uncontrolled, unbridled, unrestrained||reinless|
|(Informal) moccasin, heelless slipper of soft and flexible leather, moccasin shoe||moc|
|a trademark for a synthetic water-resistant substitute for leather, used in the making of shoes||Corfam|
|a trademark for an imitation leather fabric||Naugahyde|
|a trademark for an open casual leather shoe like a moccasin but having a wide flat heel||Loafer|
|a trademark for shoes and boots, especially low-cut patent-leather shoes for girls with a strap fastening near the ankle at the side||Mary Janes|
|a trademark for soft leather or canvas deck shoes||TopSider|
|act of imitating something, copy or fake, counterfeit, made to look like something else (leather, jewelry, etc.), impression of somebody, mimicry, impersonation; emulation; copying, duplication, not genuine, repetition of a musical motif||imitation|
|air pocket, area for a quarterback to throw, cavity, center of a baseball glove, contained, enclose or surround, hit a ball into a pocket, ore in a cavity, personal money, position in a race, pouch on a playing table, pouch used to carry objects; sac; ...|
|amount that a skin can hold, amount that can be put in a leather canteen; as much as one can drink||skinful|
|amulet, Jewish aid to prayer, reminder, see also:tefillin, small leather case containing Scriptural texts which is worn by Jews during morning prayers||phylactery|
|any of a number of four-legged reptiles with scaly skin and long tapering tails, large reptile resembling lizard, leather made from lizard skin||lizard|
|armor, fit an animal with a harness, fit somebody with armor, get control of and use something, leather straps for an animal, place a harness on a draft animal; control, rein, utilize, channel, straps and other parts by which a draft animal is attached...||harness|
|attraction, device attracting fish, device for recalling falcon, entice, recall falcon, something that entices, something which attracts, enticement; bait used to trap an animal or catch a fish; object of leather and feathers tied to a long line and us...||lure|
|band as part of machine, belt as sign of rank, belt given for achievement, beltway, blow, cloth or leather band around the waist; strip; area, region, drink, fasten with belt, gird, strap on, encircle; strike, thrash, hit hard, hit with belt, move fast...||belt|
|band on sock, band used in measuring blood pressure, end of sleeve nearest wrist, fold at bottom of pant, fold at the bottom of a shirt sleeve or trouser leg; handcuffs; punch, blow, hit with open hand, open-handed blow, part of glove covering lower ar...||cuff|
|baseball, skin of a horse, skin of a horse; leather made from the hide of a horse||horsehide|
|bear young, child, youngster; young goat; goat skin; goat skin glove, deceive somebody, joke, jest; tease; deceive, delude; behave foolishly (Slang), kidskin, say something for fun, soft leather, term of address, younger, youth||kid|
|beat somebody severely, lash from a whip causing a ridge, raise small ridges on the skin, reinforcement for a seam, ridge on the skin, stitch something reinforcing or decorative, strip of leather on shoe; bump on skin (from a lash, bite etc.); border o...||welt|
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