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
Stash socks in your glove compartment Not only can old socks go over your windshield wipers, a jumbo pair of wool ones can be slipped over street shoes.
Moheb-Zandi crafts tapestries that combine unconventional, upcycled fabrics like rubber or shiny plastic vinyl with more loom-appropriate materials like natural wool.
The sweater, which is made from fine Italian merino wool in the Le Marche region of Italy, can be customized to include buttons to be worn cardigan-style, and has a tie-up in the back.
For a guy that size, a poly-cotton blend is a lot less binding than worsted wool.
The Lincolns were bred for the quality of their wool.
However, the population of Tibetan antelope dramatic decreased to 70–80 thousands after the mad poaching for its precious wools at the end of 20th century.
The socks are made of 25-micron kid mohair and 18-micron wool, with the fine fibers allowing for an extremely soft and itch-less sock that can wick moisture away quickly to insulate feet from both heat and cold.
Estancias once shipped their sheep to the frigorífico, where hundreds of workers prepared the meat, wool, and hide for export to Europe.
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Origin and Etymology of wool
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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