Examples of wool in a Sentence
She doesn't like wool because it can be itchy.
the wool from cashmere goats is considered by many to be the finest available
Recent Examples of wool from the Web
Where her mom prefers a perfectly coifed shag, Bloom, on most days, wears her hair long and blond, dressing far less formally than her mom in flannel or wool slacks.
Middleton is reportedly a fan of the merino wool gloves with a bow from the Imogen collection.
In the same vein: James Reinig’s blue wool overcoat.
Demonstrations of sheep shearing, wool spinning and blacksmithing will be offered, along with wagon rides through Maybury’s fields and forests.
Carole Middleton, a regular client at the label’s Chelsea atelier wore a mist green, wool coatdress with silk satin collar to attend the nuptials.
Freshgoods's announcement of the partnership came with a look book of the designs in the collection, which include a wool-and-leather varsity jacket, socks, and short- and long- sleeve T-shirts.
Don't forget a pouf like this wool iteration from World Market.
The rose wool-crepe dress features a panelled bodice and pencil skirt, with a curved waist seam for an elongating effect, and sheer sleeves finished with raw edges.
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WOOL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wool for English Language Learners
: the soft, thick hair of sheep and some other animals
: cloth or clothing made of wool
: long, thick thread made of wool and used for knitting
WOOL Defined for Kids
Definition of wool for Students
- steel wool
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