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English words containing wool:

Meanings of Dyed-in-the-wool:

adjective

Having opinions that are very strong and do not change

Usage examples:

My parents are dyed-in-the-wool liberals.

Meanings of Dyed-in-the-wool (adj.):

phrase

Unchanging in a particular belief or opinion; inveterate.

Usage examples:

Dyed-in-the-wool opera fans

Meanings of Longwool:

noun

A sheep of a breed with long wool.

Usage examples:

They crossed the longwools with the smaller sheep to get a somewhat larger frame and in the process…

Meanings of Steel wool:

noun

A mass of woven steel fibers used as an abrasive

Meanings of Wool:

noun

The fine, soft curly or wavy hair forming the coat of a sheep, goat, or similar animal, especially when shorn and prepared for use in making cloth or yarn.

Usage examples:

Harris tweed is made from pure new wool

Woolen

ˈwʊl.ən

Meanings of Woolen:

adjective

Made wholly or partly of wool.

Usage examples:

Thick woollen blankets
noun

An article of clothing made of wool.

Usage examples:

The men wore knee length wrap-around skirts or kilt-like woollens as well as tunics, cloaks and eve…

Meanings of Woolens:

noun

An article of clothing made of wool.

Usage examples:

The men wore knee length wrap-around skirts or kilt-like woollens as well as tunics, cloaks and eve…
adjective

Made wholly or partly of wool.

Usage examples:

Thick woollen blankets
plural noun

Clothes made from wool

Usage examples:

I wear woolens a lot.

Woolgather

ˈwʊlɡaðə

Meanings of Woolgather:

verb

Indulge in aimless thoughts or daydreams.

Usage examples:

Now wasn't the time to wool-gather about her love life

Woolgathering

ˈwʊlɡaðə

Meanings of Woolgathering:

verb

Indulge in aimless thoughts or daydreams.

Usage examples:

Now wasn't the time to wool-gather about her love life
noun

Indulgence in aimless thought or dreamy imagining; absent-mindedness.

Usage examples:

A vacant daze that leads to formless wool-gathering

Meanings of Woolgrower:

noun

A breeder of sheep for wool.

Woolier

ˈwʊli

Meanings of Woolier:

adjective

Made of wool.

Usage examples:

A red woolly hat

Meanings of Woolies:

noun

A garment made of wool, especially a pullover.

Usage examples:

Bargain hunters snapped up everything from winter woollies to suits and evening wear.
adjective

Made of wool.

Usage examples:

A red woolly hat

Wooliest

ˈwʊli

Meanings of Wooliest:

adjective

Made of wool.

Usage examples:

A red woolly hat

Wooliness

ˈwʊl.i.nəs

Meanings of Wooliness:

noun

The fact of being confused and not clear, and not having been considered carefully enough

Usage examples:

The resolutions have a certain woolliness to them., the newspaper was critical of governmental wool…

Woollens

ˈwʊl.ənz

Meanings of Woollens:

noun

An article of clothing made of wool.

Usage examples:

The men wore knee length wrap-around skirts or kilt-like woollens as well as tunics, cloaks and eve…
adjective

Made wholly or partly of wool.

Usage examples:

Thick woollen blankets

Meanings of Woollier:

adjective

Made of wool.

Usage examples:

A red woolly hat
noun

A garment made of wool, especially a pullover.

Usage examples:

Bargain hunters snapped up everything from winter woollies to suits and evening wear.

Meanings of Woollies:

noun

A garment made of wool, especially a pullover.

Usage examples:

Bargain hunters snapped up everything from winter woollies to suits and evening wear.
adjective

Made of wool.

Usage examples:

A red woolly hat

Woolliest

ˈwʊl.i

Meanings of Woolliest:

adjective

Made of wool.

Usage examples:

A red woolly hat
noun

A garment made of wool, especially a pullover.

Usage examples:

Bargain hunters snapped up everything from winter woollies to suits and evening wear.

Woolliness

ˈwʊl.i.nəs

Meanings of Woolliness:

noun

The fact of being confused and not clear, and not having been considered carefully enough

Usage examples:

The resolutions have a certain woolliness to them., the newspaper was critical of governmental wool…

Meanings of Woolly:

adjective

Made of wool.

Usage examples:

A red woolly hat
noun

A garment made of wool, especially a pullover.

Usage examples:

Bargain hunters snapped up everything from winter woollies to suits and evening wear.

Meanings of Woollybutt:

noun

An australian eucalyptus with thick fibrous bark.

Usage examples:

Dramatically, single species emerge, like alpine ash, and the woollybutts that are signposts of reg…

Meanings of Woolman:

noun

A wool merchant or dealer.

Usage examples:

By 1180 an ancient guild of woolmen had been established, and was even fined by king henry 11 for o…

Woolmen

ˈwʊlmən

Meanings of Woolmen:

noun

A wool merchant or dealer.

Usage examples:

By 1180 an ancient guild of woolmen had been established, and was even fined by king henry 11 for o…

Woolpack

ˈwʊlpak

Meanings of Woolpack:

noun

A bale of wool.

Usage examples:

Robert had been sitting where he was for about three hours; and he had walked between four and five…

Meanings of Woolpacks:

noun

A bale of wool.

Usage examples:

Robert had been sitting where he was for about three hours; and he had walked between four and five…

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