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shearling (ˈʃɪəlɪŋ Pronunciation for shearling



  1. a young sheep after its first shearing
  2. the skin of such an animal

Example Sentences Including 'shearling'

AUTUMN and winter 2001 is a season of colour and texture, featuring snakeskin, leather, shearling and faux fur.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
It was huge fur collars at Behnaz Sarafpour, little bombers and champagne shearling wraps at DKNY, sable-lined military coats at Kors.
Globe and Mail (2003)
The top price of £3100 came for a shearling from Robin, Michael and Gordon Dun, Gilston, Heriot.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
WHAT YOU WANT Cool stuff for warm babies Deborah Fulsang Don't be sheepish Now the little lamb can get in on fashion's craze for shearling.
Globe and Mail (2003)


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