Having the texture or appearance of leather: a leathery face. (adjective)
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Use "leathery" in a sentence
"I think they actually use the word leathery in the description for one of the wines."
"As you can plainly see, even the lovely Katrina Kaif looks a tad -- let's just say 'leathery' -- in dominatrix-style thigh-highs."
"He has a tail, too, long and leathery, which is always curling about to get hold of something."