wooled

adjective
\ ˈwu̇ld \
variants: or less commonly woolled

Definition of wooled 

: having wool especially of a specified kind used in combination long-wooled

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One of the alpacas – a brown-wooled baby named Hope – was left dangling morbidly by its head from the pen’s wire fence. sacbee, "California voters banned mountain lion hunting three decades ago, but the shooting never stopped," 3 Nov. 2017

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First Known Use of wooled

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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wooler

woolert

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