Meaning of snakeskin in English:


Pronunciation /ˈsneɪkskɪn/

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mass noun, often as modifier
  • The skin of a snake, especially as used to make shoes or clothing.

    ‘snakeskin boots’
    • ‘There are lots of skinny belts, tiny snakeskin ones, or leather shoestring ones and what's great about them is that you don't have to have a tiny waist to be able to wear them.’
    • ‘Ronald in contrast was resplendent in a cool all-white suit, white pimp daddy hat, white snakeskin shoes, ivory tipped cane - and pearly white teeth.’
    • ‘Apparently, leathers and skin-tight snakeskin trousers are really in right now.’
    • ‘By contrast, in the West, snakeskin, like lizard skin, is considered beautiful enough for expensive designer bags, wallets and footwear.’
    • ‘Ian was standing there looking as good as ever in a western-looking shirt, blue jeans, snakeskin boots, and a cowboy hat.’