Moleskin


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Moleskin
MOHL-skin
Part of speech: noun
Origin: Middle English, 17th century

1
The skin of a mole used as fur.
2
A thick, strong cotton fabric with a shaved pile surface.

Examples of Moleskin in a sentence

“I found a vintage coat lined with moleskin in exactly my size.”

“I need to buy three yards of moleskin to make my new comforter.”