Antonyms for leathered

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Leathered me; I howled, but wouldn't spell; I was always bad to beat.

The arrows are reeds tipped with iron, and leathered on two sides only.

Father has leathered me for it at home, and Clerk Jones at school.

The backstays should be leathered in the wake of the tops and lower yards.

I saw the lady's leathered hat, making a little dash of green among the drab of the riding coats.

He has leathered me worse than the gentleman you spoke of, and without half so much to be said against him.

The last time I spoke to a priest it's what he leathered me with a stick; may the divil fly away with him.

Ol man Dort settled back with a sigh, an Eugene leathered up his razor without sayin anything for a minute or two.

That aggravated me bitter, and up I ran, and leathered t' fellow well with my stick.

In the big, leathered rest room, a comfortable corner was available, and here our quartette soon ensconced themselves.