It was then that he noticed a man who looked to be in his early 60s, dressed in a wool vest and bow tie, walking down the hallway.
The magic is in the impossible accomplishments born of wool, a needle, and a steady hand.
The collection includes leather pants, fringed boots, silk t-shirts, and wool blazers.
Is it better to have the wool pulled over our eyes, or to be blinded with the illusion of transparency?
Caramel-colored wool gowns are decorated with wool and leather-covered buttons, as well as coral-hued crystals.
It builds a cosey little nest out of moss and wool and hair.
It is a hazle stick, more than a yard long, round which the wool is wound.
But he was tired after his swim, and his wool was heavy with water.
Invest your money in wool, and it brings you a return of 50 per cent.
We have some wool in loft, which we should not be unwilling to exchange for worsteds.
Old English wull, from Proto-Germanic *wulno (cf. Old Norse ull, Old Frisian wolle, Middle Dutch wolle, Dutch wol, Old High German wolla, German wolle, Gothic wulla), from PIE *wele- (cf. Sanskrit urna; Avestan varena; Greek lenos "wool;" Latin lana "wool," vellus "fleece;" Old Church Slavonic vluna, Russian vulna, Lithuanian vilna "wool;" Middle Irish olann, Welsh gwlan "wool"). Figurative expression pull the wool over (someone's) eyes is recorded from 1839, American English.
one of the first material used for making woven cloth (Lev. 13:47, 48, 52, 59; 19:19). The first-fruit of wool was to be offered to the priests (Deut. 18:4). The law prohibiting the wearing of a garment "of divers sorts, as of woollen and linen together" (Deut. 22:11) may, like some other laws of a similar character, have been intended to express symbolically the separateness and simplicity of God's covenant people. The wool of Damascus, famous for its whiteness, was of great repute in the Tyrian market (Ezek. 27:18).