Definition of Glove leather

1. Noun. Leather suitable for making gloves.

Generic synonyms: Leather



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Glove Leather

glouring
glours
glout
glouted
glouting
glouts
glove
glove anaesthesia
glove anesthesia
glove box
glove boxes
glove compartment
glove compartments
glove doll
glove juice test
glove leather (current term)
glove puppet
glovebox
gloveboxes
gloved
gloved-finger sign
gloveful
glovefuls
gloveless
glovelike
glovemaker
glovemakers
gloveman
glovemen
glover's suture

Literary usage of Glove leather

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1. The Leather Glove Industry in the United States by Daniel Walter Redmond (1913)
"The effect upon the maker of glove- leather may be more serious, but with that we cannot deal here. As we have shown in Chapters I and II, the raw material ..."

2. The History of Mankind by Friedrich Ratzel (1897)
"... among whom we find skins of wild animals as soft as glove-leather worn by the best classes. It is curious that exactly in East Africa where from time ..."

3. Chemistry in Daily Life by Lassar-Cohn (1913)
"... hair from hides and softening them— Tanning materials—Barks—Quebracho bark—Sumac—Tanning extracts—Sole leather—Alum tanning—glove leather— ..."

4. Chemistry in Daily Life: Popular Lectures by Lassar-Cohn (1899)
"Removing hair from hides and softening them.—Tanning materials.—Barks.—Quebracho bark.— Sumac.—Tanning extracts.—Sole leather.—Alum tanning. —glove leather. ..."

5. Modern American Tanning: A Practical Treatise on the Manufacture of Leather (1910)
"For light glove leather a good fat-liquor is made of 40 pounds English sod oil and 20 ... glove leather is usually given more grease than shoe leather, ..."

6. Leather Manufacture: A Practical Handbook of Tanning, Currying, and Chrome by Alexander Watt (1906)
"Finishing Satin or glove leather. —Levant Leather.—Soaking and Splitting.—Setting, Buffing, and Embossing.—Blacking.—Seasoning and Glazing.—Oiling. ..."

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