(1) Anyone got a handle on short, white, woolly giraffes?(2) The suspects are described as white males with woolly hats and dark clothing.(3) The seasonal molt of their woolly winter hair makes them look even more wretched.(4) This was negligence pure and simple, confused by an ill-fitting and woolly disguise of nuisance.(5) The judges felt the Entitlement card idea was just too stupid, woolly and nebulous to win.(6) He proposed that the woolly mammoths died during the Flood by a quick freeze.(7) Mike put on the new bulky coat he'd gotten for Christmas, and the cap with woolly flaps that covered his ears.(8) To me, at least, the arguments have always seemed too woolly to be entirely convincing.(9) Nice, our teachers told us, was vague, imprecise, woolly .(10) On his feet he was wearing some sturdy walking boots and a few pairs of woolly socks.(11) One of these species, the woolly rhino, is clearly shown in the cave paintings of early humans.(12) Our textbooks were full of woolly mammals and cave men from the northern hemisphere but we knew very, very little of how the great Australian environment had responded to those events of the last Ice Age.(13) Twenty-two sheep found themselves with a week's detention at Ingleton Middle School after the headmistress, Mary Parker, impounded the woolly creatures.(14) "Several parishes have responded that the proposals are too woolly and open to inconsistent and individual interpretation.(15) The fungus grows rapidly and morphologically appears woolly or fluffy.(16) Male lions develop thick woolly manes on the neck and shoulders, signifying maturity.
(1) woolly hat :: het wlân
1. woolen ::
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5. lanate ::
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