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Definition of "cotswold" []

  • A breed of sheep with long wool that originated in the Cotswolds. It is believed to be one of the oldest breeds in the world (noun)

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Use "cotswold" in a sentence
  • "Kak Teh said ... sharon, happy new year to you too - yes, we had a bit of snow - not much but enough and we went searching for it in Stratford, cotswold, oxford - not much either."
  • "What are the specific differences between cotswold and merino wool?"
  • "The cotswold, cheviot, and most of the wools of the British Isles are of this kind; indeed, in fairly moist lowland regions such as Canada and the United States, there is a tendency toward the development of a long-staple product."
  • "A cotswold lion, who works his way by jokes and by hand-shakes."