Recent Examples of angora from the Web
There is a divide—retailers like H&M and Topshop are pulling out of angora production due to disturbing images and video hitting the web on the heinous treatment towards fluffy angora bunnies and how they are stripped of their coats.
The photos feature the model in bunny ears, both topless with suspenders as well as more covered up in a white angora sweater.
The Gold Standard: Hand Washing Hand washing is truly the ideal way to clean a sweater made from natural fibers like cashmere, merino, or angora.
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First Known Use of angora
ANGORA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of angora for English Language Learners
: a kind of soft yarn or wool that is made from the hair of the Angora goat or the Angora rabbit
: a type of cat, goat, or rabbit that has long soft hair
ANGORA Defined for Kids
Definition of angora for Students
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