Shearling meaning

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A young sheep that has been sheared once.
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The tanned skin of a sheared sheep or lamb, with the short wool still attached.
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A synthetic material that resembles shearling.
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A sheep that has been sheared once, usually a yearling.
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A sheep that has been shorn for the first time.
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(chiefly US) A sheepskin or lambskin that has gone through a limited shearing process so that the fibers are of uniform depth.

Her coat was lined with shearling.

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Tanned sheepskin or lambskin from an animal killed not long after being sheared.
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Origin of shearling

  • shear +"Ž -ling

    From Wiktionary