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woolfell

[ wool-fel ]
/ ˈwʊlˌfɛl /
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noun
the skin of a wool-bearing animal with the fleece still on it.
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Origin of woolfell

First recorded in 1375–1425, woolfell is from late Middle English wolle fell. See wool, fell4
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British Dictionary definitions for woolfell

woolfell
/ (ˈwʊlˌfɛl) /

noun
obsolete the skin of a sheep or similar animal with the fleece still attached
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