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Definition of "long-wooled" [long-wooled]

  • (of sheep) having relatively long wool (adjective)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "long-wooled" in a sentence
  • "A few flocks of long-wooled sheep roamed the hillsides."
  • "For the building of the abbey Gargantua gave twenty-seven hundred thousand eight hundred and thirty-one long-wooled sheep; and for the maintenance thereof he gave an annual fee-farm rent of twenty-three hundred and sixty-nine thousand five hundred and fourteen rose nobles."
  • "That of the lady, which had a kind of shroud made of the skins of long-wooled sheep wrapped about it as though to preserve the dress beneath, had been embalmed in some way, which the natives of the place, wherever it was, told him showed that she was royal."
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