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Lathery vs Leathery - What's the difference?

lathery | leathery |

As adjectives the difference between lathery and leathery

is that lathery is resembling or covered in lather, foamy while leathery is having the consistency, feel, or texture of leather.

lathery

English

Adjective

(head)
  • Resembling or covered in lather, foamy.
  • This new shaving cream isn't as lathery as the old stuff, there just aren't as many bubbles to be had.

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    leathery

    English

    Adjective

    (en-adj)
  • Having the consistency, feel, or texture of leather.
  • The beef jerky was tough and leathery .