Definitions

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  • n. Items made from leather.

Etymologies

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leather +‎ -ware

Examples

  • Moneygram sponsored the Cups and crowns, and the winner received further prizes from Jewellery by Anne, Evoke luxury leatherware, Cockspur rum, and Windies Cove restaurant.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • We were strangers to Washington, didn't know where the Warner Theater was, but as we wandered around, people with pink mohawks and chained leatherware began to appear, so I suggested we just follow them.

    In Heaven and Hell With You

  • They strolled down an aisle that was lined with ladies leatherware.

    Fatal Care

  • -- _Interior of shop devoted to the sale of cutlery, leatherware and dogs 'collars, leads, etc.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 156, April 30, 1919

  • This week, Diego Della Valle, chief executive of Tod's, a luxury Italian leatherware brand, blasted Italian politicians in the country's main newspapers, calling them incompetent and ill-prepared to deal with the crisis facing Europe.

    The Economist: Daily news and views

  • You have to go and search between many different styles (from formal to something very color-pucci-rococo-esque; from contemporary-trendy to bling&pimp-my-bag leatherware) to find your perfect Coach.

    Le Modalogue

  • And preferably leather. then u better consider porter international. they are more into leatherware, wil suits more in ur purpose.

    www.hardwarezone.com.sg

  • At Dunhill, the Walthamstow-made Tradition leatherware has proved a bestseller among Chinese consumers, while Mulberry said that its Chinese customers were its fastest-growing group, with a 145 per cent spend increase last year.

    Top stories from Times Online

  • Coach pouch style bag camel brown leather with dark brown leather trim coach exterior logo: coach leatherware, est 1941 approx 8

    xml's Blinklist.com

  • Very cool -- lots of leatherware, lots of silver, and lots of maté cups.

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