Meaning of leatheriness in English:

leatheriness

noun

See leathery

‘Wrinkling, yellowing, leatheriness, mottling and hyperpigmentation are all associated with sun damage.’
  • ‘Then a sharper leatheriness takes over and the whole thing wraps up a meaty finish with some peppery spice.’
  • ‘The cigar drives home the nuttiness of the liquor and picks up leatheriness in the bargain.’
  • ‘The palate is warm, herby and spicy with a nice leatheriness and good acidity.’
  • ‘Not infrequently he is criticized for opaqueness or leatheriness in his paint, for a want of luminosity and charm in his colour; here there is no trace of these defects.’