He was dressed in sheepskins, and, I believe, lived by wrecking.
Commencement was over, and another class had been showered with sheepskins.
When sheepskins and lambskins come to market from a distance, they are salted.
Its present name, too, denotes a Paris industry, the preparation of sheepskins.
Baroness, will you be a lieutenant, and wear our sheepskins in place of your sables there?
They had great big heads and mottly faces—ears as big as sheepskins.
In the case of the wool from sheepskins the product is much more valuable.
All its men will have sheepskins that are worth while to show.
Your quarrel with the Swiss is over a few cart-loads of sheepskins.
Food had been stored for him here and sheepskins given for bedding.