wool

  1. a fabric made from the hair of sheep
  2. fiber sheared from animals (such as sheep) and twisted into yarn for weaving
  3. outer coat of especially sheep and yaks

Wool

A mass of desiccated nematodes of Ditylenchus dipsaci found in or on some plants.

WOOL

[FM] WOOL (91.5 FM, `Black Sheep Radio`) is a radio station broadcasting a Variety music format. Licensed to Bellows Falls, Vermont, USA, the station is currently owned by Great Falls Community Broadcasting Company. It is a community radio station. WOOL began broadcast on March 9, 2014, implementing a Class A noncommercial educational licen...
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wool

[n] - fiber sheared from animals (such as sheep) and twisted into yarn for weaving 2. [n] - a fabric made from the hair of sheep 3. [n] - outer coat of especially sheep and yaks
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Wool

Wool is the hair off a sheep. One of the by-products is lanolin which can be used in the production of soap. Uses: After spinning into a thread - sewing, weaving, embroidering Felt clothing See Spinning
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Wool

Specifically sheep covering. The hairs vary in length and diameter according to breed. Diameters are in the range 0.015mm to 0.04mm and length from 25mm to 350mm.
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Wool

Wool (wol) noun [ Middle English wolle , wulle , Anglo-Saxon wull ; akin to Dutch wol , Old High German wolla , German wolle , Icelandic & Swedish ull , Danish uld , Goth, wulla , Lithuanian vilna , Russian volna , Latin...
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wool

1. The soft and curled, or crisped, species of hair which grows on sheep and some other animals, and which in fineness sometimes approaches to fur; chiefly applied to the fleecy coat of the sheep, which constitutes a most essential material of clothing in all cold and temperate climates. ... Wool consists essentially of keratin. ... 2. Short, thick...
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wool

woolen noun a fabric made from the hair of sheep
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wool

fleece noun outer coat of especially sheep and yaks
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wool

noun fiber sheared from animals (such as sheep) and twisted into yarn for weaving
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Wool

• (n.) Short, thick hair, especially when crisped or curled. • (n.) A sort of pubescence, or a clothing of dense, curling hairs on the surface of certain plants. • (n.) The soft and curled, or crisped, species of hair which grows on sheep and some other animals, and which in fineness sometimes approaches to fur; -- chiefly applied to...
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wool

animal fibre forming the protective covering, or fleece, of sheep or of other hairy mammals, such as goats and camels. Prehistoric man, clothing ... [24 related articles]
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wool

A natural fabric made from the hair of various hairy animals, usually sheep. Untreated wool is bulky, shrinks easily and absorbs water quickly, but unlike cotton, keeps you warm when wet. Boiled wool fabric is called hot-washed or felted. It has a tighter, more water-resistant weave, and it is less subject to extreme shrinking than plain wool weave...
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wool

wool, fiber made from the fleece of the domestic sheep.Sections in this article:IntroductionComposition and CharacteristicsWool TypesWool ProductionHistory of Wool ProductionWool TodayBibliography
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Wool

Wool is the fibrous covering of sheep.
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wool

Type: Term Pronunciation: wul Definitions: 1. The hair of the sheep; sometimes, when defatted, used as a surgical dressing. Synonyms: lana
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wool

Natural hair covering of the sheep, and also of the llama, angora goat, and some other mammals. The domestic sheep Ovis aries provides the great bulk of the fibres used in textile production. A by-product of wool production is lanolin. History Sheep have been bred for their woo...
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Wool

[disambiguation] Wool is the fibre commonly produced from sheep Wool (the fiber) refers to one of the following: ==Literature== ==Organizations== ==People== == Miscellanea == ...
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Wool

Wool is the textile fiber obtained from sheep and certain other animals, including cashmere from goats, mohair from goats, qiviut from muskoxen, angora from rabbits, and other types of wool from camelids. Wool has several qualities that distinguish it from hair or fur: it is crimped, it is elastic, and it grows in staples (clusters). ==Characteris...
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Wool

Wool is naturally stain and wrinkle resistant. It can absorb up to 40% of it
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Wool

This textile is made using the fibers from the hair of animals, such as goats, sheep, camels, or llamas, and it comes in several different forms from crepe, to gabardine, to worsted. Wool is moisture absorbing and known for its warmth, and is also naturally stain and wrinkle resistant.
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Wool

The fibrous covering of the sheep.
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Wool

A fiber obtained from the hair of sheep. Also often used to refer to fibers obtained from the hair of other animals.
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Wool

Wool is naturally stain and wrinkle resistant. It can absorb up to 40% of it's weight in moisture without feeling damp. Wool comes in many forms including crepe, challis, gabardine, merino, melton, jersey and worsted wool suitings.
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