cloth oil

cloth oil

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  • oil·skin — /ˈojəlˌskın/ noun, pl skins 1 [noncount] : cloth that is treated with oil so that it does not let water in and that is used to make clothing 2 [count] : a raincoat that is made of oilskin 3 oilskins [plural] : a coat and pants that are made of… …   Useful english dictionary

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