Curried leather

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A leather tanned by working oils and greases into the hide. Currying increases the strength, flexibility and water repellency of the leather. Cod oil, paraffin and tallow may be used in the currying process. See dubbin and fat-liquoring.

Synonyms and Related Terms

atanado (Port.)