Definitions

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  • n. The inmost layer of skin; the cutis.

Etymologies

under- +‎ skin (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • May. 20th, 2010 04: 33 pm (UTC) 'The reptilian underskin?

    "I used to be somebody. Now I'm somebody else."

  • I now have a red circle of boiled underskin braceleting my wrist, right above my hand.

    In Which I Cry Ouch

  • The surface underskin, a flashing foil above, dims as his ashen absence descends.

    Overboard

  • The paraconducting underskin gave its usual stutter of protest; and abruptly, the stars vanished from the viewscreens.

    Angelmass

  • Thirty-eight seconds later, with a metallic stutter of stress from the paraconducting underskin, the stars abruptly disappeared from the viewscreens.

    Angelmass

  • His palms slipped along the soft underskin of the cow.

    Plain Truth

  • So 1 scratched and tore again and this underskin peeled off beautifully and out I stepped and left it lying beside the other one and went down to the well for my bathe.

    The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

  • Reduces production of Aromatese, this reducing conversion of Testosterone to Estrogen, which helps your body lose more underskin fat and look SHREDDED! special on it, with $50 off regular price!

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  • As heavy as an elephant, it may have used its underskin air system in order to get rid of the excessive heat.

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