[ wool-er ]

  1. a domestic animal raised for its wool.

Origin of wooler


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How to use wooler in a sentence

  • The descent is abrupt on the south to the wide plain of Millfield, stretching along the Till nearly to wooler.

    Battles of English History | H. B. (Hereford Brooke) George
  • Miss wooler made me the offer, and I preferred it to one or two proposals of private governess-ship which I had before received.

    Emily Bront | A. Mary F. (Agnes Mary Frances) Robinson
  • We halted there for two days, and orders were sent forward to wooler to prepare quarters.

    Bonnie Prince Charlie | G. A. Henty
  • The moor is in much better order now-a-days, for the muggers are all driven away north to Yetholm and wooler.

    The Romance of the Coast | James Runciman
  • It was decided that she should go to wooler, and great hopes were entertained that so complete a change would be beneficial.

    Grace Darling | Eva Hope