long–wool

adjective
variants: or

long–wooled

Definition of long–wool

  1. :  of or relating to a class of domestic sheep that have long but coarse wool Leicester, Cotswold, and Lincoln are breeds of long-wool sheep

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Origin and Etymology of long–wool

long + wool or wooled, from wool + -ed


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