En he say he'd gin fi' dollars ter de nigger w'at 'skiver' de rogue.
"The Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, 1995, Memorial Issue" by Various
I'll finish heating the oven, and set you free to go and skiver up them ducks.
"The Woodlanders" by Thomas Hardy
En he say he 'd gin fi' dollars ter de nigger w'at 'skiver' de rogue.
"The Conjure Woman" by Charles W. Chesnutt
Associated Words: fellmonger, woolpuller, skiver, budge.
"Putnam's Word Book" by Louis A. Flemming
Bone and shell in small amounts were found here, and among them the skiver shown at d in plate 36.
"Archeological Investigations" by Gerard Fowke
The common vellum is made from sheep-skin splits, or skivers, but the best from whole calf-skins.
"A Book for All Readers" by Ainsworth Rand Spofford
Skivers was a man who, if he had reason to dislike any one about him, could not let his feelings remain quiescent.
"Who Are Happiest? and Other Stories" by T. S. Arthur
Sheepskin, known as roan, basil, skiver, &c. Pigskin, known as pigskin.
"Bookbinding, and the Care of Books" by Douglas Cockerell
A kind o' right down skivered.
"The Cruise of the Snowbird" by Gordon Stables
Skivers are split in the limed state and sometimes immediately degreased.
"Animal Proteins" by Hugh Garner Bennett