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Things wool often describes (“wool ________”)
gathering, spots, growers, combers, sheep, breeds, plug, comber, growing, grower, work, carder, trade, sorters, sorter, patches, fells, sack, plugs, washing, merchant, hat, pack, stapler, cloth, merchants, combing, production, blankets, packs, pad, spot, filter, carders, clip, workers, cards, exudates, fabrics, blend, blanket, carding, type, pads, staplers, insulation, swabs, cotton, dealer, clouds, appearance, fabric, yarn, hair, sacks, goods, grease, sorting, slabs, swab, socks, gatherer, weavers, democrat, market, raising, buyers, dealers, prices, sweater, breed, suit, card, fibres, weaving, buyer, flannel, silk, tampon, industry, filters, coat, republican, spinners, stockings, brokers, producers, sheds, balls, rolls, fan, dyeing, worker, fibers, conservatives, jacket, grass, working, fat

How wool often is described (“________ wool”)
fine, raw, cotton, white, english, black, coarse, soft, long, red, blue, pure, finest, australian, spanish, thick, wet, brown, foreign, short, much, dark, heavy, gray, dyed, clean, colored, best, coloured, green, spun, rough, greasy, yellow, irish, scarlet, damp, grey, dry, loose, undyed, light, domestic, virgin, scoured, purple, unwashed, warm, native, enough, washed, sterile, finer, dirty, pink, all, bright, combed, silky, wood, thin, lead, grade, the, quality, curly, ply, worsted, grown, sheep, lightweight, shorn, mixed, cheap, felted, crimson, artificial, glass, synthetic, colonial

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See wool used in context: 61 poetry verses, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, 13 Bible passages, 68 definitions

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