[ UK /wˈʊl/ ]
[ US /ˈwʊɫ/ ]
  1. fiber sheared from animals (such as sheep) and twisted into yarn for weaving
  2. outer coat of especially sheep and yaks
  3. a fabric made from the hair of sheep
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How To Use wool In A Sentence

  • A little wool, a couple of knitting needles and a bit of time and lives can be changed. The Sun
  • Additional, wall, condole can choose deadening very, if mineral wool is sound-absorbing board wait.
  • Carolina in 1760, wrote in his _History of North Carolina_ that the women were the more industrious sex in this section, and made a great deal of cloth of their own cotton, wool, and flax. Woman's Life in Colonial Days
  • Country pursuits on offer include sheep-racing, woodcarving with chainsaws, small-bore rifle-shooting, wool-spinning, bee demonstrations, candle-making and ferret-racing.
  • Tents and rugs are made from sheep's wool or goats' hair.
  • Farming provided food, and their sheep provided wool for cloth.
  • The extracts obtained were prefiltered through glass wool and sodium sulfate anhydride and filtered by column chromatography (clean-up performed using sodium sulfate anhydride and Celite 545).
  • Those who had struck it rich wore black woollen trousers and Napoleon boots, and sported silk sashes and gaily coloured kerchiefs.
  • Put on your red wool cardigan - it'll be nice and warm.
  • These need to be kept tight, sharp and limited, because the woollier they get, the more endangered. Times, Sunday Times
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