skin[ skin ]SEE DEFINITION OF skin
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SKIN
Andrew Lanning was town bred and soft of skin from the work at the forge.
Cool enough to handle and then remove the skin and the roots.
If the mushrooms are found to be tough, the skin should be peeled off.
The russet of oranges is caused by the bite of an insect on the skin.
Their skin does not cling so closely as the skin of oranges.
Whenever we get under the skin, it is Shakespeare's femininity which startles us.
The big fellows at the clubs always had a wad and peeled off bills like skin off an onion.
Then the cow shook her foot to free it and the skin rattled.
"It was of that first treading that the Skin talked," agreed the Coyote.
He just missed running into Banjo on the Hog's Back by the skin of the teeth.