Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- The wool of lambs, used in manufacture; hence, delicate wool, as of certain breeds of sheep or of lambs, or of mixed varieties, used for the manufacture of hosiery.
- Ale mixed with sugar, nutmeg, and the pulp of roasted apples.
“Use a lamb's-wool mitt for washing and soft cotton rags or microfiber towels for waxing.”
“Buy a lamb's-wool cover for the steering wheel, the kind used for cold winter driving.”
“Apply the suds with a large, soft natural sponge or a lamb's-wool mitt — making sure they are clean, so as to avoid potential scratches from embedded particles.”
“Apply the suds with a large, soft natural sponge or a lamb's-wool mitt—making sure they are clean, so as to avoid potential scratches from embedded particles.”
“Apply the suds with a large, soft natural sponge or a lamb's-wool mitt.”
“Williams-Sonoma hawks a $135 Australian lamb's-wool duster set.”
“Is not homespun cloth as great a preservative against cold, as a coat of Tartar lamb's-wool, died in grain, or a gown of giant's beards?”
“I find those that commend use of apples, in splenetic and this kind of melancholy (lamb's-wool some call it), which howsoever approved, must certainly be corrected of cold rawness and wind.”
“The lamb's-wool vest he wore had no sleeves, revealing his hefty shoulders and brawny arms.”
“His unfastened three-quarter-length sheepskin coat was held to the body by a woven wool girdle and his trousers were bulkily padded, probably with lamb's-wool.”
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