woolen

[wool-uhn]
noun
1.
any cloth of carded wool yarn of which the fibers vary in length: bulkier, looser, and less regular than worsted.
2.
woolens, wool cloth or clothing.
adjective
3.
made or consisting of wool: woolen cloth.
4.
of or pertaining to wool or woolen fabrics.
Also, especially British, woollen.


Origin:
before 1050; Middle English wollen (adj. and noun), Old English wullen, wyllen (noun). See wool, -en2

half-woolen, adjective
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woollen or (US) woolen (ˈwʊlən)
 
adj
1.  relating to or consisting partly or wholly of wool
 
n
2.  (often plural) a garment or piece of cloth made wholly or partly of wool, esp a knitted one
 
woolen or (US) woolen
 
adj
 
n

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Example sentences
The wreath of fur is somewhat akin to wearing a woolen scarf at the peak of
  summer-a hot and heavy burden around the neck.
The woolen system uses shorter wool fibers to make fluffy yarns for sweaters,
  coats, and carpets.
In each case, wool threads or pieces of woolen cloth were sewn to a cloth base.
It is made of hand-spun woolen thread dyed with native dyes.
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