Crossword clues for skin
- Potatoey appetizer
- Outer coating
- Onion exterior
- It's washed daily
- IPhone covering
- Human's largest organ
- Feature of a birthday suit
- Dermatologist's specialty
- Crispy part of fried chicken
- Crispy fried chicken part
- Cheesecake component
- Canvas for tattoos
- Canvas for tats
- Canvas for a tattoo
- Body's outer layer
- Body's largest organ
- Body wrap
- Birthday suit?
- "Beauty is only ___ deep"
- ____ and bones
- ___ deep
- Word with care or cream
- Word with ''deep'' or ''dive''
- What's got you covered
- What an umiak is make of
- Tooth covering, sometimes
- Thin phone cover
- The epidermis is part of it
- The body's largest organ
- The "canvas" for a tattoo
- Teeth covering?
- Tattooing surface
- Tattoo artist's canvas
- Tattoo “canvas”
- Streaker's covering
- Something presented in a risque way at a burlesque show
- Smartphone cover
- Smartphone case
- Slang term for tire
- Shrek's is green
- Shirt's opponent
- Remove the outer layer
- Pudding layer
- Proverbial tooth part
- Protective outer layer
- Protective cover for an iPod or cellphone
- Protective case for a smartphone
- Protective body covering
- Potato peel
- Porous organ
- Porous layer
- Porous Breaking Benjamin song?
- Pores' place
- Part of a birthday suit
- Parchment source
- Outermost layer of an onion
- Outer surface
- Outer organ
- Organ that may itch
- Onion throwaway
- Onion layer
- Onion discard, usually
- Onion discard
- Onion cover
- Musicians have artwork on theirs, at times
- Mole's place
- Material of one's first suit?
- Material for a birthday suit?
- Layer that contains the theme answers
- Largest organ, anatomically
- Large organ
- Kind of game or deep
- It's slipped in a high-five
- It's shown in some clubs
- It's often burned at the beach
- It has pores
- It covers your whole body
- It covers you
- It can get tanned or sunburned
- IPod cover
- Human body's largest organ
- Hole: "Celebrity ___"
- Hole shows "Celebrity" this
- Hide — flay
- Hazies "___ and Bones"
- Golf prize sometimes
- Goes w/Foo Fighters' "Bones"
- Get under one's ________
- Frank cover
- Frank casing
- Foundation location
- Foo Fighters "___ and Bones"
- Facial tissue?
- External organ
- Drumhead material
- Dinosaur Jr. "Feel the ___ begin to scar"
- Dermatologist's focus
- Decorative software patch
- Decorative laptop cover
- Crispy roast chicken part
- Covering of a potato
- Covering for an iPod
- Cover for an iPod or a Kindle
- Complete coverage?
- Certain flick
- Cell phone case alternative
- Canvas for some ink
- Breakout site
- Bones mate
- Bodily cover
- Beauty-depth standard
- Banana peel, in British English
- Banana peel, e.g
- Banana peel
- All ___ and bones (emaciated)
- Airplane surface
- "...not be judged by the color of their ___, but by the content of their character": MLK
- ____ diving
- ___ and bones
- Potato part served as an appetizer
- Word before deep or dive
- Trapper's offering
- Scrape, as the knee
- Body wrapper
- Scrape, as a knee
- Hide but not hair?
- Injure, as a knee
- Defraud, slangily
- It may be fair
- It's got you covered
- Tattoo artist's "canvas"
- Body protector
- Bones' partner
- Partner of bones
- Where pores are
- Injure, as the knee
- Inside protector
- A stake, metaphorically
- Dermatologist's study
- Scrape, in a way
- Banana discard
- It's all around you
- "Canvas" for tattoos
- Superficially injure
- See 55-Across
- An outer surface (usually thin)
- Body covering of a living animal
- The tissue forming the hard outer layer of e.g. a fruit
- Site of the sense of touch
- A natural protective covering of the body
- The depth of beauty
- "I've Got You Under My ___"
- Kind of diver
- Second word in a Wilder title
- Hide, but not hair
- It gives you total coverage
- Word with deep or dive
- Cheat, slangily
- Kind of flint
- "Birthday suit"
- Wilder's "The ___ of Our Teeth"
- Beauty's depth, in a saying
- Outer layer of the human body
- The ___ of one's teeth
- Red or buck
- Fauna wrapper
- Do out of
- Pig or sheep follower
- Middle part of classic family film
- Outrun runner last in marathon
- Son and relations hide
- Runner's last to run and hide
- Hide southern relations
- Hide potential accident after 1
- Hide from king overwhelmed by lust?
- Hide being almost on the breadline
- Hide - flay
- Hide and seek: extremely popular
- Dermatologist's concern
- Wine container
- Protective covering
- Orange coat
- Onion covering
- Tattoo setting
- Outer covering
- Fruit peel
- Animal hide
- Kind of game or graft
- Protective layer
- Potato feature
- Tattoo site
- Largest human organ
- Potato covering
- Largest organ of the human body
- Bones partner
- Pudding coagulation
- Cheesecake ingredient?
- Tattooist's canvas
- Surface layer
- Body wrap?
- Tattooist's "canvas"
- Body covering
- Tattooist's surface
- Shirt opponent, in a pickup game
- Potato snack
- Onion feature
- Moisturizer target
- Cheesecake feature
- Body suit?
- Body cover
- Birthday suit material?
- Biggest human organ
- ___ the cat
- Word with thick or onion
- What tattoos are drawn on
- Frank covering
- Concern of dermatology
- Bones' other half?
- Bone partner
- Banana cover
- Your largest organ
- Tattooist's target
- Tattoo's place
- Tattoo spot
- Tattoo canvas
- Shallot covering
- Scrape, as one's knee
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Skin \Skin\, n. [Icel. skinn; akin to Sw. skinn, Dan. skind, AS. scinn, G. schined to skin.]
(Anat.) The external membranous integument of an animal.
Note: In man, and the vertebrates generally, the skin consist of two layers, an outer nonsensitive and nonvascular epidermis, cuticle, or skarfskin, composed of cells which are constantly growing and multiplying in the deeper, and being thrown off in the superficial, layers; and an inner sensitive, and vascular dermis, cutis, corium, or true skin, composed mostly of connective tissue.
The hide of an animal, separated from the body, whether green, dry, or tanned; especially, that of a small animal, as a calf, sheep, or goat.
A vessel made of skin, used for holding liquids. See Bottle, 1. ``Skins of wine.''
The bark or husk of a plant or fruit; the exterior coat of fruits and plants.
That part of a sail, when furled, which remains on the outside and covers the whole.
The covering, as of planking or iron plates, outside the framing, forming the sides and bottom of a vessel; the shell; also, a lining inside the framing.
Skin friction, Skin resistance (Naut.), the friction, or resistance, caused by the tendency of water to adhere to the immersed surface (skin) of a vessel.
Skin graft (Surg.), a small portion of skin used in the process of grafting. See Graft, v. t., 2.
Skin moth (Zo["o]l.), any insect which destroys the prepared skins of animals, especially the larva of Dermestes and Anthrenus.
Skin of the teeth, nothing, or next to nothing; the least possible hold or advantage.
--Job xix. 20.
Skin wool, wool taken from dead sheep.
Skin \Skin\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Skinned; p. pr. & vb. n. Skinning.]
To strip off the skin or hide of; to flay; to peel; as, to skin an animal.
To cover with skin, or as with skin; hence, to cover superficially.
It will but skin and film the ulcerous place.
To strip of money or property; to cheat. [Slang]
Skin \Skin\, v. i.
To become covered with skin; as, a wound skins over.
To produce, in recitation, examination, etc., the work of another for one's own, or to use in such exercise cribs, memeoranda, etc., which are prohibited. [College Cant, U.S.]
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
late 14c., "to remove the skin from" (originally of circumcision), from skin (n.). As "to have (a particular kind of) skin" from c.1400. In 19c. U.S. colloquial use, "to strip, fleece, plunder;" hence skin-game, one in which one player has no chance against the others (as with a stacked deck), the type of con game played in a skin-house. Skin the cat in gymnastics is from 1845. Related: Skinned; skinning.
c.1200, "animal hide" (usually dressed and tanned), from Old Norse skinn "animal hide, fur," from Proto-Germanic *skintha- (cognates: Old English scinn (rare), Old High German scinten, German schinden "to flay, skin;" German dialectal schind "skin of a fruit," Flemish schinde "bark"), from PIE *sken- "to cut off" (cognates: Breton scant "scale of a fish," Irish scainim "I tear, I burst"), from root *sek- "to cut" (see section (n.)).\n\nFul of fleissche Y was to fele, Now ... Me is lefte But skyn & boon.
[hymn, c.1430]\nThe usual Anglo-Saxon word is hide (n.1). Meaning "epidermis of a living animal or person" is attested from early 14c.; extended to fruits, vegetables, etc. late 14c. Jazz slang sense of "drum" is from 1927. Meaning "a skinhead" is from 1970. As an adjective, it formerly had a slang sense of "cheating" (1868); sense of "pornographic" is attested from 1968. Skin deep is first attested in this:\n\nAll the carnall beauty of my wife, Is but skin-deep.
[Sir Thomas Overbury, "A Wife," 1613; the poem was a main motive for his murder]\nThe skin of one's teeth as the narrowest of margins is attested from 1550s in the Geneva Bible literal translation of the Hebrew text in Job xix:20. To get under (someone's) skin "annoy" is from 1896. Skin-graft is from 187
Skin merchant "recruiting officer" is from 179
n. 1 (context uncountable English) The outer protective layer of the body of any animal, including of a human. 2 (context uncountable English) The outer protective layer of the fruit of a plant. 3 (context countable English) The skin and fur of an individual animal used by humans for clothing, upholstery, etc. 4 (context countable English) A congealed layer on the surface of a liquid. 5 (context countable computing English) A set of resources that modifies the appearance and/or layout of the graphical user interface of a computer program. 6 (context countable slang English) rolling paper for cigarettes. 7 (context countable slang English) (short for skinhead English) 8 (context Australia English) A subgroup of Australian aboriginal people; ''such divisions are cultural and not related to an individual′s physical skin''. '''1994''', ''Macquarie Aboriginal Words'', http://en.wikipedi
org/wiki/Macquarie%20University, paperback ISBN 0-949757-79-9, Introduction. 9 (context countable video games English) An alternate appearance (texture map or geometry) for a 3D character model in a video game. 10 (context slang English) bare flesh, particularly bare breasts. 11 A vessel made of skin, used for holding liquids. 12 (context nautical English) That part of a sail, when furled, which remains on the outside and covers the whole. 13 (context nautical English) The covering, as of planking or iron plates, outside the framing, forming the sides and bottom of a vessel; the shell; also, a lining inside the framing. v
1 (context transitive English) To injure the skin of. 2 (context transitive English) To remove the skin and/or fur of an animal or a human. 3 (context colloquial English) To high five. 4 (context transitive computing colloquial English) To apply a skin to (a computer program). 5 (context UK soccer transitive English) To use tricks to go past a defender.
bruise, cut, or injure the skin or the surface of; "The boy skinned his knee when he fell" [syn: scrape]
remove the bark of a tree [syn: bark]
an outer surface (usually thin); "the skin of an airplane"
a person's skin regarded as their life; "he tried to save his skin"
the rind of a fruit or vegetable [syn: peel]
a bag serving as a container for liquids; it is made from the skin of an animal
Skin is the seventh album by singer/songwriter Melissa Etheridge, released in 2001 (see 2001 in music). During the singer's split from Julie Cypher, her companion of 12 years, Melissa Etheridge retreated to her home studio to pen songs about her searing pain and confusion. Skin peels back layers of Etheridge's pain and addresses her personal melodrama, as she takes the listener through the stages of grief and recovery. "Heal Me" features background vocals by Laura Dern and Meg Ryan. Etheridge plays almost all the instruments and penned all the songs.
Skin is a soft outer covering of an animal, in particular a vertebrate.
Skin or skins may also refer to the following:
Skin is a fictional mutant in the Marvel Universe of comics. The character first appeared in Uncanny X-Men #317. (1994)
In computing, a skin (also known as visual styles in Windows XP) is a custom graphical appearance preset package achieved by the use of a graphical user interface (GUI) that can be applied to specific computer software, operating system, and websites to suit the purpose, topic, or tastes of different users. As such, a skin can completely change the look and feel and navigation interface of a piece of application software or operating system.
Software that is capable of having a skin applied is referred to as being skinnable, and the process of writing or applying such a skin is known as skinning. Applying a skin changes a piece of software's look and feel—some skins merely make the program more aesthetically pleasing, but others can rearrange elements of the interface, potentially making the program easier to use.
Deborah Anne Dyer, known by the stage name Skin, (born 3 August 1967) is an English singer, a DJ for electronical music and occasional model. As Deborah Dyer, Skin studied Interior Design at Teesside University in Middlesbrough, from which she later received an honorary degree. She is currently the lead vocalist of English hard rock/metal band Skunk Anansie. Mavis Bayton, author of Frock Rock, an academic book about women musicians in Britain, says that "women like Skin, Natacha Atlas, Yolanda Charles, Mary Genis, and Debbie Smith are now acting as crucial role models for future generations of black women." In 2015 she joined the judging panel of the Italian version of the talent show The X Factor.
Skin is a television serial drama which aired at 9:00 p.m. Monday on Fox in 2003. It followed the tale of two teenagers who came from feuding families on opposite sides of the moral and legal spectrum. Adam ( D.J. Cotrona) is the son of the Los Angeles District Attorney, and Jewel ( Olivia Wilde) is the daughter of a pornographer. The show is a modern-day take on the Romeo and Juliet story. Even after an incredible amount of advertising, the show was cancelled after only three episodes due to poor ratings and less than favorable reviews. It was reprieved in 2005, when SOAPnet acquired broadcasting rights to all eight episodes and aired the last five episodes for the first time.
Skin were a UK hard rock band active during the 1990s who reformed in 2009, only to disband again in 2013.
Skin is the self-titled debut album by UK hard rock band Skin, released in 1994 on Parlophone Records.
Skin is a macabre short story written by author Roald Dahl. It is featured in 'A Roald Dahl Selection', a compilation of several short stories by Dahl that has been edited by Roy Blatchford. It is also featured in the short story collection 'Skin and Other Stories' by Roald Dahl
Skin is a 48-page graphic novel written by Peter Milligan, created and drawn by Brendan McCarthy and colored by Carol Swain. It tells the story of a young skinhead, Martin Atchitson, who grew up in 1970s London with thalidomide-related birth defects. Milligan has said the story partially addresses "universal themes of major companies shafting people, and corruption in terms of drugs and mass marketing."
Skin is the second album by the hard rock group Westworld. The song " Uninvited" was originally recorded by Alanis Morissette on the album City of Angels: Music from the Motion Picture
Skin is a contemporary Christian fiction science fiction/ horror novel released in April 2007 by Ted Dekker. Dekker's novel, Skin was published by Thomas Nelson with the purpose to connect the Circle Trilogy, the Project Showdown books, and an upcoming series of books.
- Tagline: Don't trust your eyes, at all.
Skin is the soft outer covering of vertebrates. Other animal coverings, such as the arthropod exoskeleton have different developmental origin, structure and chemical composition. The adjective cutaneous means "of the skin" (from Latin cutis, skin). In mammals, the skin is an organ of the integumentary system made up of multiple layers of ectodermal tissue, and guards the underlying muscles, bones, ligaments and internal organs. Skin of a different nature exists in amphibians, reptiles, and birds. All mammals have some hair on their skin, even marine mammals like whales, dolphins, and porpoises which appear to be hairless. The skin interfaces with the environment and is the first line of defense from external factors. For example, the skin plays a key role in protecting the body against pathogens and excessive water loss. Its other functions are insulation, temperature regulation, sensation, and the production of vitamin D folates. Severely damaged skin may heal by forming scar tissue. This is sometimes discoloured and depigmented. The thickness of skin also varies from location to location on an organism. In humans for example, the skin located under the eyes and around the eyelids is the thinnest skin in the body at 0.5 mm thick, and is one of the first areas to show signs of aging such as "crows feet" and wrinkles. The skin on the palms and the soles of the feet is 4 mm thick and the back is 14 mm thick and is the thickest skin in the body. The speed and quality of wound healing in skin is promoted by the reception of estrogen.
Fur is dense hair. Primarily, fur augments the insulation the skin provides but can also serve as a secondary sexual characteristic or as camouflage. On some animals, the skin is very hard and thick, and can be processed to create leather. Reptiles and fish have hard protective scales on their skin for protection, and birds have hard feathers, all made of tough β- keratins. Amphibian skin is not a strong barrier, especially regarding the passage of chemicals via skin and is often subject to osmosis and diffusive forces. For example, a frog sitting in an anesthetic solution would be sedated quickly, as the chemical diffuses through its skin. Amphibian skin plays key roles in everyday survival and their ability to exploit a wide range of habitats and ecological conditions.
Skin is an album by Peter Hammill, originally released on vinyl on Foundry Records in 1986 and later re-released on CD on Virgin Records. It was also released on CD by DaTE (a division of Line Music GmbH).
The album was notable for spawning that rare thing, a Peter Hammill single: "Painting by Numbers" appeared on both 7" and 12" formats. It was the eleventh (and until now last) single by Hammill. The B-side was the non-album track "You Hit Me Where I Live". This track later appeared on the Virgin CD release of the album. As usual, none of these releases entered the UK charts. The DaTE CD release included two extra tracks, the aforementioned "You Hit Me Where I Live" plus "Painting By Numbers (Extended Version)".
The album sees Hammill employing the Yamaha DX7, the first commercially successful digital synthesiser, an instrument which was typical for the sound of the 1980s and which he plays until today. He also made use of an Emu Drumulator drum machine.
Skin is an 11-minute short film starring Ewen Bremner and Marcia Rose and directed by Vincent O'Connell. Produced by Tapson/Steel Films for British Screen and Channel 4 Films (now Film4 Productions), it was filmed in September 1995. The screenplay was written in the summer of that year by British playwright Sarah Kane.
It was first screened at the London Film Festival in October 1995, and was later given its television debut on Channel 4 at 11.35pm on 17 June 1997. An original airtime of 9.40pm was pushed back after television executives became worried about the depiction of violence and racism in the film, which, according to the British tabloid The Daily Mail, they saw as "one of the most violent and racially offensive programmes ever to be made for television in this country".
Vincent O'Connell was nominated for a Golden Bear award in the category "Best Short Film" for the film at the 1996 Berlin International Film Festival.
The film's screenplay was only Kane's second work, written after her 1995 debut Blasted but before 1996's Phaedra's Love. The screenplay appears in the complete collection of Sarah Kane's work, Sarah Kane: Complete Plays, published in 2001 by Methuen.
Bremner and Rose, who had never met prior to making the film, became romantically involved during its shooting, and subsequently had a child together.
Skin was 16Volt's second album, which was released in 1994 under the Re-Constriction label.
Skin (stylized as S.K.I.N.) is a music project founded by several Japanese rock musicians in 2007. They are Yoshiki, Gackt, Sugizo and Miyavi, all being important to the visual kei movement or closely related to it, but each being from a different generation. Its debut performance was on June 29, 2007, in Long Beach, California, considered as the "Japanese rock concert of the century". Although they had announced more activities, such as a live tour and releasing a record, all activities were suddenly stopped. The future of the project still remains unclear.
Skin is the second album by the Australian band Endorphin, released in 1999.
"Skin (Sarabeth)" (listed on the album, Feels Like Today, as just "Skin") is a song written by Doug Johnson and Joe Henry, and performed by American country music group Rascal Flatts. The song was originally a hidden track on the first shipment of their album, Feels Like Today, and charted in mid-2005 as an album cut (just called "Skin" at the time) while the single "Fast Cars and Freedom" was climbing the charts. "Skin" became a single in late-2005, peaking at #2 on US country charts, and #42 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It was later named "Skin (Sarabeth)" on their Greatest Hits Volume 1.
Skin is a studio album by Australian musician, Katie Noonan. It was released in August 2007 and peaked at number 6 on the Australian ARIA Charts. Skin was the first album released by Noonan as a solo artist and recorded between the time of 3 and 8 months pregnant. Noonan says: "I love the themes I explored on this album – I was a madly in love newlywed, experiencing the miracle of pregnancy – it was quite a trip to document! Inspired by Donny Hathaway, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder and Vince Jones, this album was all about exploring groove for me. I learn’t a huge amount making this album and I am really grateful for the arduous journey I took with this process, as since then, it has confirmed my instinct to listen to and trust my inner voice."
"Skin" is a song by the American post-grunge/ alternative metal band Breaking Benjamin. It was released as the second single from the band's 2002 debut album Saturate.
Skin is a British-South African 2008 biographical film – based on the book When She Was White: The True Story of a Family Divided by Race by Judith Stone – directed by Anthony Fabian, about Sandra Laing, a South African woman born to white parents, who was classified as " Coloured" during the apartheid era, presumably due to a genetic case of atavism. Skin premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on 7 September 2009.
The film was released to a limited number of US cinemas on 30 October 2009. It started showing in South Africa on 22 January 2010, and in Australia and New Zealand 25 July 2010.
Skin (2009) is a novel by British writer Mo Hayder, this novel is the fourth to feature her series character Jack Caffery.
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"Skin" is a song by Barbadian recording artist Rihanna from her fifth studio album, Loud (2010). The song was written by Kenneth Coby and Ursula Yancy, with production helmed by Soundz. Musically, "Skin" is influenced by pop, dance-pop and dubstep genres, whilst lyrically, the song is about being in a relationship with someone and only wanting to feel their skin close to the protagonists. "Skin" received generally positive reviews from critics, as part of their overall review of Loud, praising "Skins compositions as well as Rihanna's sensual vocal performance. The song was included on the set list of the Loud Tour (2011), where Rihanna retrieves a man or woman from the audience near the end of the song, and performs a lap-dance whilst on an elevated platform. "Skin" was also used in Rihanna's advertisement campaign for Armani Jeans.
Skin is a 2000 album by cellist Erik Friedlander which was released on the Siam label and features the quartet that previously appeared on Topaz. The album was also released as a DVD
Skin is the second studio album by Australian electronic musician Flume. It marks the second full-length release since his self-titled debut in 2012, marking four years between releases.
The album was released on 27 May 2016 by Future Classic, and premiered via a Facebook live stream on 26 May, which also included video segments of Phil Taggart interviewing Flume at the album listening party in London. It has since garnered positive reviews and debuted at number one on the Australian Albums Chart, also peaking at number 8 on the US Billboard 200. The album gained international recognition from the album's second track Never Be Like You.
Usage examples of "skin".
I will now go and skin that troll who went so nigh to slay thee, and break up the carcase, if thou wilt promise to abide about the door of the house, and have thy sword and the spear ready to hand, and to don thine helm and hauberk to boot.
The skin of this young creature, from continual ablutions and the use of mollifying ointments, was inconceivably smooth and soft.
I began to wonder what it was like for Aboriginal people with really dark skin and broad features, how did Australians react to them?
When Miss Wu asked what the medication was, the doctor replied that it was made from abortus, as it is called there, and placenta, and that it was very good for the skin.
Where his face was not bruised or abraded, his usually milk-pale skin was gray.
Trace evidence on the body includes fibers and microscopic debris under the fingernails and adhering to blood and to abraded skin and hair.
He urged her back against the closed door and kissed her neck, the bristle from his shaven jaw abrading her and making her skin tingle.
He could feel the points abrading his skin and saw stars for a moment behind his closed lids.
Her bare foot dragged across it, abrading the skin and producing a burning pain that somehow seemed far worse than any of the aches and stings emanating from the other injuries Mrs.
I reached around and grabbed the belt and hissed as fabric abraided my skin.
She grasped his shoulders then, moving her legs, reveling in the abrasive feel of his hair roughened skin against the softness of her thighs.
Dane saw the gray of Shver skin, black-clothed, and the tension accelerated into danger.
They do not properly tattoo, but color the skin with achote or anatto.
There were deep circles under his eyes, his skin was red and swollen from the acne that ran across it.
If they are allowed to remain, they will produce an irritation of the skin causing an inflammatory disease known as acne, or stone-pock.