grease wool

grease wool

[′grēs‚wu̇l]
(textiles)
Raw wool as shorn form the sheep, containing original natural oils.
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Optimizing the value of grease wool through preparation and marketing.
Specifically, 18,852 pounds of grease wool were produced in six U.
During the journey, the monk placed some grease wool, plucked from a wandering sheep, in his sandals to relieve his tired, painful feet.