Origin of woolen
Related formshalf-wool·en, adjective
Examples from the Web for woolen
Good hygiene, students are advised, is important for warding away bad breath and bad smells from that woolen suit.Perfect Your Ho-Ho-Ho’s at the Top Santa-Training School|Nina Strochlic|December 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
As his student in the spring of 1992, I remember his woolen sweaters and an umbrella, and perhaps even a shepherd's hat.
The excess of gold not pressed in by the iron may be wiped off with a fragment of woolen cloth.Book Repair and Restoration|Mitchell Buck
We were so chilled that woolen was as cold to the touch as wood or iron.The Cold Snap|Edward Bellamy
His face was calm and grim as he thrust back the sleeves of his woolen shirt.Frank Merriwell's Triumph|Burt L. Standish
It does not shrink as woolen does and is made in beautiful, soft colors and the best grades do not fade.Textiles and Clothing|Kate Heintz Watson
The Army then learned that this uniform was but a woolen rag, like any other.