Thick coarse heavily napped wool mostly used in winter clothing for the poor. (noun)
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Use "wadmal" in a sentence
""The women," he said, "have dresses, jackets, and aprons made of a cloth called 'wadmal' which is made in Iceland."
"All about are bondsmen's scalps - bald pates, shaved and shining as this morning's spring-ish dew - while we bonded women wear our best and only sheath of wadmal cloth, gray and drab and of a sweaty woolen, with a flaxen kerchief tied around our brows and braids."
"Dressed again in wadmal, leather gloves, leather apron, and wooden shoes, beard and mane full of the soot that blackened his skin, the dwarf gripped a piece with tongs and banged it into shape."