[woo l-uh n]
Also especially British, wool·len.
Origin of woolen
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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
December 26, 2013
As his student in the spring of 1992, I remember his woolen sweaters and an umbrella, and perhaps even a shepherd's hat.My Professor, the Spy
June 9, 2009
A woolen sweater is liable to stretch out of shape after being washed.Common Science
Carleton W. Washburne
But the woolen industry suffered the most grievous disappointment.
The woolen industry had profited least of all those which had been protected by the Tariff of 1824.
We were so chilled that woolen was as cold to the touch as wood or iron.The Cold Snap
Prices of woolen fabrics were advancing, and bid fair to rule high.Old Mackinaw
W. P. Strickland.
Word Origin and History for woolen
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