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  • adj. Wearing clothes made from buckskin.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Wearing buckskin; clothed in buckskin.


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buckskin +‎ -ed


  • He dressed as a buckskinned frontiersman when he was at his own place, but when he visited Belvoir he was a model of English dress and deportment.

    George Washington’s First War

  • The contrast between the tall buckskinned frontiersman and the petite Betty Zane is nicely rendered by Grey and helps smooth the edges of Wetzel's stoic character.

    Zane Grey, Romancing the West

  • "Ain't no reason ter lose the trail," cries a voice, and to my fury I saw it was one of Grattan's guards, a buckskinned brute called Skate.

    Flashman and The Redskins

  • I saw weapons brandished as the whooping and yelling grew louder; here was Spotted Tail, his huge buckskinned figure thrusting through the throng as he shouted to Young-Man-Afraid; now he was under the canopy, addressing Mills.

    Flashman and The Redskins

  • This was the buckskinned man who had whooped the train into town that morning.

    Rebel Spurs

  • I shoved Elerson inside and followed, pushing into a mob of scared militia and panic-stricken citizens toward a huge buckskinned figure at a stockade loophole on the left.

    The Reckoning

  • Elerson, in a spasm of courtesy, removed the watchman's tricorn as well as his own; the little Weasel backed off, bowing step by step, until he backed past me into the tap-room, followed by the buckskinned crew.

    The Reckoning

  • Behind the Rangers plodded the laden bat-horses, behind them creaked an army transport-wagon, loaded with provisions and ammunition, drawn by two more horses, and the rear was covered by another squad of buckskinned riflemen, treading lightly in double file.

    The Reckoning

  • Mittened hands met buckskinned ones in the strong grasp of friendship, and now, as they rode on, the whole village emerged into sight.

    The Guns of Shiloh A Story of the Great Western Campaign

  • As for him he was booted and spurred and buckskinned already.

    The Dew of Their Youth


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