Antonyms for skinning

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All the way up the bank they are killing and skinning their goats.

I'd fain have shot one but for the bother of skinning and curing.

They probably thought this was merely a preliminary to skinning them.

By this time the Indians were skinning and cutting up the moose.

He may have felt it necessary, in the interests of his business, to go on skinning the sheep.

Achang had completed the skinning of the orang, and the skin was now drying in the sun.

Not many minutes were required for the skinning of the bear.

Hence the phrase to “get accustomed to a thing; as eels do to skinning.”

In the act of skinning a bird you must either have it upon a table or upon your knee.

Kotick did not care to hear any more about skinning just then; he had seen enough of it.