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

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She had on a moleskin hat, close fitting to her glossy head.

These consisted of a pair of moleskin trousers, a pair of chaps, a buckskin shirt and a battered Stetson hat.

Leggings of moleskin (or some other strong, pliable cloth) large enough to push the foot through protect the legs.

Packing and PortagingDillon Wallace

She especially admired the soft sweep of Elinor's long stole of moleskin.

The Heart of ArethusaFrancis Barton Fox

From half-past eight till six, he must ‘file and chip vigorously in a moleskin suit and infernally dirty.’

Memoir of Fleeming JenkinRobert Louis Stevenson

Instead of breeches and gaiters, many men wear trousers of moleskin or other strong material.

The Matabele CampaignR. S. S. Baden-Powell

From half-past eight till six, he must “file and chip vigorously in a moleskin suit and infernally dirty.”

Each was to be supplied with two adikys, one of heavy kersey cloth and one of moleskin.

Grit A-PlentyDillon Wallace

"Take a pull at that," said Blogg, producing a small flask from one of the capacious pockets of his moleskin coat.

They had long since risen from the moleskin and top-boot stage in Leaping Horse.

WORDS RELATED TO MOLESKIN

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