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
And the wool gathered from the sheep is famed for its strain purity, due to centuries of isolation.
That means a lot of tweeds, slate gray, wool, check, and plaid—plus leather loafers and pocket squares.
So instead of a plain red sweater dress, for example, Lemaire’s version (seen above and below) comes in luxurious wool, with ribbed detailing on the top and an A-line silhouette to add some volume on the bottom.
Galliano finds avant-garde ways to layer fabrics, including wool, organza and chiffon, and builds striking images using leather, crystals and feathers, each designed to present an illusion.
Prices range from $225 for a tie to $3,950 for crocodile tennies to $10,000 for a wool suit that’s soft as silk.
Icebreaker, founded in 1995, specializes in jackets, socks and fleeces made with Merino wool and other natural fibers.
After carefully drawing the pattern on a cotton or linen backing, Kramer selects her color scheme and prepares the wool.
Graf used his engineering skills, focusing on the structural nature of thick merino wool felt and various leathers, while Lantz put the designs through a Japanese filter.
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Origin and Etymology of wool
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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