adjective, wool·li·er, wool·li·est.
noun, plural wool·lies.
WHO SAID IT: A QUIZ ON PRESIDENTIAL WIT AND WISDOM
regional variation note for woolly
OTHER WORDS FROM woollywool·li·ness, noun
Words nearby woolly
Example sentences from the Web for woolly
These creatures, much like the woolly mammoth, faced an even more confusing set of unlucky situations that included a rapid warming of the globe which ultimately ended the ice age.Climate change probably contributed to the woolly rhino’s rapid demise|Sara Kiley Watson|August 25, 2020|Popular Science
An army of Wildlings, some giants, and a woolly mammoth or two?Team USA Goalie Tim Howard Goes Viral: All the Best Memes|Melissa Leon|July 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Rockefeller Republicans have long gone the way of the woolly mammoth.Tom Petri's Primary Challenge May Mark End Of Rockefeller Republicanism|Ben Jacobs|April 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And every second belief in the world is a woolly superstition.
In a typical post, she wears a crazy-looking pinafore with an outrageous collar, round-frame shades, and thick, woolly knee socks.Meet Ophelia Horton, London’s 12-Year-Old Fashion Blogger: The New Tavi?|Tom Sykes|August 2, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Did she learn from the New York 23rd District election that being a moderate Republican is a lot like being a woolly mammoth?
Some good strains have a mixture of silky coat with the hard, and this is preferable to a woolly coat.Sporting Dogs|Frank Townend Barton
It ate out of my hand and rubbed its woolly head against my leggings.Little Rivers|Henry van Dyke
I have read in several authors that the natives of Australia have woolly hair.Expedition into Central Australia|Charles Sturt
The hand of the Captain had accidentally rested upon the woolly head in putting down the letter.Children of the Tenements|Jacob A. Riis
From her woolly hair and very dark but merry face, I imagined her to have a touch of Guadeloupe or Martinique blood.Claret and Olives, from the Garonne to the Rhone|Angus B. Reach