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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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Book See wool used in context: 61 rhymes, 4 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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