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woolgrower

[ wool-groh-er ]
/ ˈwʊlˌgroʊ ər /
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noun

a person who raises sheep or other animals for the production of wool.

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Origin of woolgrower

First recorded in 1800–10; wool + grower

OTHER WORDS FROM woolgrower

woolgrowing, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for woolgrower

woolgrower
/ (ˈwʊlˌɡrəʊə) /

noun

a person who keeps sheep for their wool

Derived forms of woolgrower

woolgrowing, noun, adjective
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