Thesaurus / hide

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The last reported sighting was in 1953, and blue tigers were soon the stuff of legends, with not so much as a preserved hide to prove they ever existed.
The hide is roughly twice the thickness of most leather gloves, providing top-notch protection for whatever type of task you want to do.
Other stone tools and a pigment chunk buried with her likely were used to cut apart game and prepare hides.
Dixon says they already had bored their way through the tough alligator hide.
He might pretend to cynicism to hide his deep pleasure in it; none the less, he was moved profoundly.
MAVERICKSWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
Seeing that they looked at the book, I turned the page quickly to hide the note.
Hide it not for my help, for my honour, but tell me, Lest my time and thy time be lost days and confusion!
And he immediately became flippant, not aloud, but secretly, to hide himself from himself.
MR. PROHACKE. ARNOLD BENNETT
When I git hum I go an' hide it in the bush somewhars--jest to git it out o' my way.
On observing this, Bill Tasker said he supposed it was to hide the shabby jackets they wore under them.
PETER THE WHALERW.H.G. KINGSTON

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