woolly

All Adjective Adverb Noun
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  • He was twenty, and though not dark in colour, has woolly hair. Cited from Southern Arabia, by Theodore Bent and Mabel Bent
  • He had nothing of the African in his appearance, except that his hair was short and woolly. Cited from Great African Travellers, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • It is woolly both in appearance and feel, hence the common name.
  • His woolly hair almost went straight on seeing me, and he started back, for he thought he saw my ghost. Cited from The Tory Maid, by Herbert Baird Stimpson
  • You feel; you'll know him by his woolly head, and nose. Cited from The Black Bar, by George Manville Fenn
  • The round woolly leaves are located about the base of the stem.
  • Older leaves may lose the woolly covering and become smooth and green.
  • This early down is replaced about a week later with a denser coat of woolly white down.
  • It has fine, not woolly fur which is about in length at the back.
  • Yet in a few days your wild and woolly man is transformed, and no longer does your sympathy go out towards him. Cited from The Trail of '98, by Robert W. Service
  • Each woolly head is a few millimeters across and contains many tiny flowers.
  • Both stems and leaves may be covered with a woolly gray hair, but some plants lack this hair.
  • The plants are green to red in color and usually without hairs, but new growth can be woolly.
  • Leaves are dark green above and woolly below.
  • The head generally has no phyllaries, just a ball of tiny woolly white flowers.
  • Almost all of the leaves are located at the base of the plant in a woolly gray-green patch.
  • It is woolly toward the ends of the stems, less so toward the base of the plant.
  • No more would the "live one" disport himself in his wild and woolly glory. Cited from The Trail of '98, by Robert W. Service
  • The head has no phyllaries, just a ball of tiny woolly white flowers.
  • It is gray-green and woolly with many narrow leaves.
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