patent leather

[ pat-nt, pat-n or, esp. British, peyt-nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF patent leather

Synonyms for patent leather

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In fact, it is the only patent leather made that is not air-tight.

Mine was covered with patent leather and mounted with silver.

He shone all over, from his bald head to his patent leather boots.

Slippers should either match the gown in color, or be of patent leather.

His top hat was unmistakably French, with a flat rim, and his boots were of patent leather.

Patent leather boots and kid gloves are rarely worn by practical geologists.

Nursing one small foot, in a silk sock and a patent leather shoe, on his knee, he was immensely entertained.

Patent leather boots, spats, and a cane of huge proportions completed a turn-out which was distinctly startling.

They are made up with patent leather sides and bottom, with steel at the top.

The first displayed the portrait of a young man with a pure brow, an iron jaw, silk socks, and hair like patent leather.