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  • n. Plural form of lambskin.

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Examples

  • When the light faded and he could no longer work with the sick, he joined Nefer and his commanders as they pored over the maps drawn on tanned lambskins, planning and scheming by the light of the oil lamps.

    Warlock

  • Did he think she had a secret hoard of lambskins and kidskins?

    Enchantment

  • Besides myself and his son, the old man had invited a brother dealer in lambskins to the entertainment, with whom he had formed a close intimacy during his travels in Bokhara.

    The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan

  • ‘But Hajji, praise be to Allah! is a great merchant, ’ said the uncle ironically: ‘his silks and velvets are now on their way to bring us lambskins from Bokhara; his shawls are travelling to us from Cashmere, and his ships are blackening the surface of the seas between China and

    The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan

  • Khorassan, and will bring me back the lambskins of Bokhara.

    The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan

  • My more immediate companions were Osman Aga, and his associate in lambskins (he of whom I have already made honourable mention at the entertainment), and one or two other Bagdad merchants; but besides, there were many of my own countrymen, natives of different cities of

    The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan

  • I accordingly sallied forth, and took my road through the principal bazaars and bezestens, in order to make inquiries, and particularly stopped where lambskins were sold, for I well recollected that they were his favourite article of trade.

    The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan

  • Then when we came again he gave us the meat we came for, taking certain fine fleeces and lambskins for himself.

    Masters of the Guild

  • His purpose was to journey to Meshed with the object of purchasing the lambskins of Bokhara.

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  • When sheepskins and lambskins come to market from a distance, they are salted.

    Makers of Many Things

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