The Skinners had a little bank account for which they had skimped and saved.
So popular did the Skinners become that it was seldom they dined at home.
"The Skinners don't get down to breakfast before ten," said the clerk.
We might not go there, but we could have had the Skinners here.
In place of a zareba, the traps were set out, but there was to be no rest for the skinners.
Hanrahan owned a big outfit, and usually had seven skinners.
One of my skinners was a Mexican and the other a man named Perkins.
The blood of the Skinners was aroused, and her wrath knew no bounds.
In 1483 we find the Merchant Taylors and Skinners disputing for precedence.
The hunter at once remounted, and left his skinners to remove the hide.