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Adjective: skinned  skind
  1. Having skin of a specified kind
Verb: skin (skinned,skinning)  skin
  1. Bruise, cut, or injure the skin or the surface of
    "The boy skinned his knee when he fell";
    - scrape
  2. Remove the bark of a tree
    - bark
  3. Remove the skin from
    "skin apples";
    - peel, pare
  4. [informal] Rip off; ask an unreasonable price
    - overcharge, soak [informal], surcharge, gazump [Brit, informal], fleece [informal], pluck [informal], rob, hook [informal]
  5. [Brit, informal] Roll and smoke cannabis
    - skin up [Brit, informal]
  6. Form an outer layer of some harder material, esp. due to cooling
    "custard skins over when cold";
    - skin over

See also: smooth-skinned, velvety-skinned

Type of: cheat, chisel [informal], injure, rip off [informal], strip, wound

Antonym: skinless

Encyclopedia: Skinned