Origin of woolpack
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You may imagine that the meeting of the Club at the Woolpack that evening was unusually lively.Brother Jacob
There was just a chance that it was the Woolpack Sand that she was on.Storm Warriors
They both have their feet on woolpacks, and on the son's woolpack is his merchant's mark.Medieval People
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Mrs. Tolhurst got it from Peter Crouch, who had it from the Woolpack yesterday.
It began to be noticed at the Woolpack that Joanna was losing heart.
- the cloth or canvas wrapping used to pack a bale of wool
- a bale of wool
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