As his student in the spring of 1992, I remember his woolen sweaters and an umbrella, and perhaps even a shepherd's hat.
Good hygiene, students are advised, is important for warding away bad breath and bad smells from that woolen suit.
But when it thunders she drops everything and crawls under a woolen quilt, and if I shouldnt go to see how she is—Oh!
He continued in the woolen manufacture until his death in 1820.
The wool from the sheep was made into blankets and woolen garments.
There the snow was flying, and woolen suits were greatly needed.
Young slave girls were kept busy at knitting cotton and woolen stockings.
Mother sent me here with the woolen yarn she has spun for you.
Sylvia thanked her for the Novena just as she would have thanked her for the woolen vest.
Suddenly he stopped and shivered a little in spite of his woolen shirt.