from The Century Dictionary.
- Having wool: as, a fine wooled or medium wooled sheep.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Having (such) wool.
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- adjective Having
woolof a specified kind.
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Reaching into the three-inch space of dust under the wardrobe, Tanya's hand wooled up like a fat, gray mitten.
Even with boards on thwarts offering a second level for sleeping on those whaleboats and cutters with their sides built up by Mr. Honey (the disassembled sledges also served as a crossed-T deck amidships on the crowded cutters and pinnace), wet-wooled bodies were pressed against wet-wooled bodies both day and night.
For a moment he looked more like a red-wooled sheep than a bear.
We weren't untidy-we'd steel-wooled every crevice in the place when we moved in-but this one mouse had defeated us.
They are petty, good – wooled, good – willed, grey people.
Beyond those hills, according to Nytral and the maps, lies another valley, one where three families raise black-wooled sheep and some few field crops.
In the beef ox and the mutton sheep, they are so connected to a large extent; in the dairy cow and the fine wooled sheep, this is quite a secondary consideration; -- in the horse, valued as he is for beauty, speed and draught, it is not thought of at all.
The improved Cotswolds are among the largest British breeds, long wooled, prolific, good nurses, and of early maturity.
New Oxford Downs which have frequently gained prizes at the great Agricultural Meetings as being the best long wooled sheep.
"Oh, landy, banjo music suah am sweet!" cried an old white-wooled colored woman, with a jolly laugh.