Definitions

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  • adjective superlative form of woolly: most woolly.

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Examples

  • Since the initial storm over the Terry and Luis Suárez allegations subsided, there has been a drip-drip of increasingly apologist articles, most recently one on Spiked, apparently deeming pretty much any insult spewed within a stadium to be "passion" – surely the woolliest cliche in football – and a quintessential part of the game itself.

    Handshake is not the answer to Anton Ferdinand-John Terry stand-off

  • And he will surely deserve that woolliest of all peace prizes, the Nobel.

    More Neo-Nonsense - Swampland - TIME.com

  • O'Neill's book is the most severe fictional indictment yet of America's lost place in the world, an early epitaph for not only empire, but whatever elusive substance it was that brought dreamers like Ramkissoon to try out their woolliest (and most sensible) ideas on the American terra firma.

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  • What should be a Bond-style blueprint for rooting out terrorists with urgency and ingenuity reads like the woolliest sociological lecture by Sir Ian Blair into the causes of crime.

    Fiasco Royale: Labour’s ineptitude

  • What should be a Bond-style blueprint for rooting out terrorists with urgency and ingenuity reads like the woolliest sociological lecture by Sir Ian Blair into the causes of crime.

    Fiasco Royale: Labour’s ineptitude

  • And he will surely deserve that woolliest of all peace prizes, the Nobel.

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  • They were, as a matter of fact, excellent stockings of the heaviest, woolliest kind, and Whitman had bought them a year and a half ago in Scotland, whither he had gone after his wife's death.

    Tutors' Lane

  • She may not have known the difference between a platoon and a howitzer, and have conceived the woolliest notions of the nature of her son's command, but the Victoria Cross was a matter on which her ideas were both definite and correct.

    The Red Planet

  • Mr. Pratt always expected that the Vicar should, by reason of his small income, take the position of a sort of upper servant of the Squire; and he had seen so many instances of this happy state of things that he was perpetually nettled by Mr. Gresley's "independent" attitude; while Mr. Gresley was equally irritated by "the impatience of clerical control" and shepherding which Mr. Pratt, his largest and woolliest sheep, too frequently evinced.

    Red Pottage

  • And that it plays some of the coolest, woolliest garage-psych around.

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