CORIACEOUS (kōʹrē āʹshɘs) adj. – of or like leather. [WW #211]
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Word Challenge: CORIACEOUS.What context, other than plants, can you dream up for this interesting word? Put your muse and imagination to work, as you fit coriaceous into your week of fiction or nonfiction fibrous writing.
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