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Definition of Skinned

  • having skin of a specified kind

How to use skinned in a sentence. Skinned pronunciation.

Well, keep your eyes well skinned, my lad.
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I say, keep your eyes skinned, and both ears wide open.
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I never went up in my garret without I skinned myself somewhere on that trunk, 'n' you know how often I go up garret, Mrs. Lathrop, so it goes without sayin' 's I 've been considerably skinned first 'n' last.
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He skinned the rabbits, and gave the dogs the one they had quarreled over, and the skin of this he dressed and hung up to dry, feeling that he would like to keep it.
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A skinned man would be likely to look that way unless his attention were occupied with some other matter.
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After being skinned, the bird was divided into ten portions, and every man cooked his own as he thought fit, but each did not receive above three mouthfuls.
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He protested considerable, but we got him there in a tollable state of preservation, barring the fact that he was skinned up on the corners and we had pulled a hinge off from the office door.
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He was an expert at cooncan, and Pangingi fascinated him; then they taught him Mexican monte, and one worthless individual stole an ace out of the deck, whereupon all hands had a joyous hack at Cappy, who, when informed privately by his friend, Sam Daniels, foreman of the outfit, that he was in bad company and being skinned alive, went uptown and bought some specially constructed dice, which he introduced brazenly into a crap game, thereby more than catching even.
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His knuckles were slightly skinned and the light of battle blazed in his black eyes.
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He had his cows butchered at intervals and when one died of unnatural causes it was skinned and the hide tanned on the place.
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Although shoes were unheard-of in Lindsey's youth, he used to watch carefully whenever a cow was skinned and its hide tanned to make shoes for the women and the 'folks in the big house'.
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He used to buy them and one time Willis skinned a cow and took the hide to him and sold it.
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He looked closer and said: "Why, Mammy, the end of your nose is skinned.
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Toward sun-down when they had skinned the tiger, they found its length to be nine feet, not counting the tail.
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I 've been considerably skinned first 'n' last.
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You've got the other fellow skinned forty ways!
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Tim having quickly despatched it, next skinned and cut it up; then loading ourselves with as much of the flesh as we could carry, we set off to return to the camp.
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It was carried to the kitchen on the thick branch, where it was skinned and cut up; and we now found ourselves in possession of an ample supply of meat.
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These persons all fresh, raw, and red-apparently skinned.
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Now when any one dies would you send me the carcase named; if the skin is of any value it might be skinned, but it would be rather better with skin, and I could make a present to any keeper to whom the skin is a perquisite.
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Examples of Skinned

Example #1
You two sharp-eyed youngsters ought to be able to take care of yourselves; but look here, I don't want you to fight.
Example #2
This is our mess, not yours.
Example #3
I'll look to the right, you look to the left.
Example #4
I'll settle all that with you when the work is done.
Example #5
I 've been considerably skinned first 'n' last.
Example #6
I 've been achin' to hack to pieces these last twenty years.