Definitions

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  • adjective comparative form of wooly: more wooly

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Daddy Lion: "The Scientist's Lament" The newest song from Daddy Lion, the bedroom project of District-based singer-songwriter Jeremy Joseph, offers a denser, woolier take on Bob Mould-inspired, early-'90s college rock.

    Singles file: Pusha T, Rye Rye, Wolfram, Daddy Lion, Decemberists

  • The newest song from Daddy Lion, the bedroom project of District-based singer-songwriter Jeremy Joseph, offers a denser, woolier take on Bob Mould-inspired, early-'90s college rock.

    Singles file: Pusha T, Rye Rye, the Decemberists

  • Yes, the good grey system has a way of disciplining even the wilder and woolier elements of Canadian politics.

    Anticlimaxing in Ottawa: Warman v. Lemire

  • I've known Karl since I was about 16 (we co-wrote The Complete Idiot's Guide to Publishing Science Fiction in 2000) and I've never met a woolier, more imaginative, more audacious worldbuilder in all my time in the field.

    Boing Boing: December 3, 2006 - December 9, 2006 Archives

  • This system has been traded in, notionally in line with thinking since the sixties about equality between the sexes, and other woolier notions about marrying for love.

    For better or nothing

  • Yes, the good grey system has a way of disciplining even the wilder and woolier elements of Canadian politics.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • The UFO phenomenon is much wilder and woolier than just little greys in tin can spaceships, I can tell you, also.

    Posthuman Blues

  • Mothers were walking up and down the float gluing cotton fluff to the sheep to make them look woolier.

    Lance Mannion:

  • Mothers were walking up and down the float gluing cotton fluff to the sheep to make them look woolier.

    Irish eyes right! Fo'ard! March!

  • I don't suppose anything woolier could be found on the plains of Nebraska where I am reliably informed they've stuck up a pole and labeled it the cinter of the United States.

    At the Foot of the Rainbow

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  • This is wild(i)er!

    February 26, 2015