Definition of Sueding
1. suede [v] - See also: suede
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Literary usage of Sueding
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Clothing: Choice, Care, Cost by Mary Schenck Woolman (1922)
"The sueding and duplicating are secret processes, the latter being not yet done in the United States. Our sueded gloves are now as strong as the earlier ..."
2. The Account Book of Sir John Foulis of Ravelston 1671-1707 by John Foulis (1894)
"... sueding knyfe . . . . . 0 14 6 for dinner at clock milne after the race, and lost at cards . . . .126 for wine at profits w* Humbie, Sr Ja. justice, ..."
3. Gloves and the Glove Trade by B. Eldred Ellis (1921)
"Similarly, the term " Mocha " is sometimes wrongly applied to gloves made by the " sueding " process. Suede leather is dressed on the flesh side of the skin ..."
4. The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany (1822)
"... sueding their progress for a can be no doubt that the a woods tended to produce us check to their pursuits tar of a multitude, since y found an asylum ..."
5. Tariff Information, 1921 by United States Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means (1921)
"The 'sueding' is a secret process, and each manufacture has worked out a method of ... The sueding machine consista of a series of rolls covered with emery ..."
6. Publications by Scottish History Society, Dorset Record Society (1894)
"... for a jock the leg sueding knyfe . . . . . 0 14 6 for dinner at clock milne after the race, and lost at cards . . . .126 for wine at profits w* Humbie, ..."
7. Bulletin by United States, United States Bureau of Plant Industry, Office of Experiment Stations (1905)
"Barley. 8560. HORDEUM DISTICHUM. Barley. 8561. TRITICUM VULGARE. Wheat. Red spring. 8562. PISUM SATIVUM. Pea. sueding. 1563 and 8564. PHOENIX DACTYLIFERA. ..."