leather prepared from calfskin or other skin and having a soft, velvety finish on the flesh side.
a very soft leather with a suedelike finish
[ooz] /uz/ verb (used without object), oozed, oozing. 1. (of moisture, liquid, etc.) to flow, percolate, or exude slowly, as through holes or small openings. 2. to move or pass slowly or gradually, as if through a small opening or passage: The crowd oozed toward the entrance. 3. (of a substance) to exude moisture. 4. […]
[oo-zee] /ˈu zi/ adjective, oozier, ooziest. 1. exuding moisture. 2. damp with moisture. [oo-zee] /ˈu zi/ adjective, oozier, ooziest. 1. of or like , soft mud, or slime. /ˈuːzɪ/ adjective oozier, ooziest 1. moist or dripping /ˈuːzɪ/ adjective oozier, ooziest 1. of, resembling, or containing mud; slimy adj. Old English wosig “juicy, moist” (see ooze […]
1. variant of (by assimilation) before p: oppose. assimilated form of ob- before -p-.
1. out of print. 1. Order of Preachers (Dominican). 1. observation post. 2. British Theater. . 3. out of print. 4. . 1. observation post. abbreviation 1. out of print abbreviation 1. (military) observation post 2. Ordo Praedicatorum (the Dominicans) 3. organophosphate noun [fr operator or operative] adjective Other people’s: OP. Other people’s money [1901+; […]