Third-person singular simple present indicative form of skin.(verb)
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Use "skins" in a sentence
"Baker tells us, "not to neglect the _skins_ these animals cast off three times before they begin to spin; for the eyes, mouth, teeth, ornaments of the head, and many other parts may be discovered better in the _cast_-off skins than in the real animal.""
"Oh, and we can't forget And what the hell is up with Portlanders 'thin skins about constructive criticism?"
"Is there an outbreak of some virus that suddenly causes thin skins among commenters?"