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woollen

(US), woolen
relating to or consisting partly or wholly of wool
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Now, however, instead of the great white cloak, he had no clothes on at all, save a short woollen shirt and a pair of leather shoes.
She, who had heard this, walked past under the screen of her woollen veil, till, presently looking back, she perceived that the church party had left the gate with her boots and retreated down the hill.
Adraste brought her a seat, Alcippe a soft woollen rug while Phylo fetched her the silver work-box which Alcandra wife of Polybus had given her.
On this Helen told the maid servants to set beds in the room that was in the gatehouse, and to make them with good red rugs, and spread coverlets on the top of them with woollen cloaks for the guests to wear.
They are generally clad in deer skins, or woollens, and extremely well armed.
Meanwhile, there is a huge range of woollen Coats which are the most sought-after by the teenagers and the college-going youths to protect themselves from the biting cold.
Wales is of course famous for its rich heritage in the woollen industry.
London-listed Clipper state that it will provide logistics services to Edinburgh Woollen on a "predominantly exclusive basis" throughout the UK.
MONTGOMERYSHIRE'S last operating woollen mill has gone on the market with a purchase price of PS405,000.
The Pear Tree, on Huddersfield Road, was awarded the CAMRA Heavy Woollen Pub of the Season title for summer 2016.
Retailers say most of the new stocks have not yet hit the market and they are without fresh stocks for a number of essential items, such as mufflers, sweaters, woollen caps and others
Charles went into the Victorian jail to see inmates and staff involved in a project to prepare young prisoners for life after their release, met Blur's Alex James at a woollen mill and pulled a pint at a pub in Richmond.