woolly lambs. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
And hemlocks are being killed by an organism called woolly adelgid, not woody adelgid. From Wordnik.com. [Letters to the Magazine] Reference
He therefore purchased articles that even in England would be called woolly and comfortable. From Wordnik.com. [Khartoum Campaign, 1898 or the Re-Conquest of the Soudan] Reference
Other inhabitants include the endangered mountain tapir (often called the woolly tapir), the red-brocket deer, and the spectacled bear. From Wordnik.com. [EcoEarth.Info Environment RSS Newsfeed] Reference
The "woolly" crucifixion drawings date from long after Colonna's death in 1547. From Wordnik.com. [Michelangelo and the Etruscans] Reference
The whole article is very "woolly", and I'm unsure whose perspective is being reported. From Wordnik.com. [Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph] Reference
Did his vaguely "woolly" thesis about "morphogenetic fields" deserve at least a ride in a tumbrel?. From Wordnik.com. [homunculus] Reference
Such "woolly" thinking is enabled by the fact that it almost never meets resistance, even from scientists. From Wordnik.com. [homunculus] Reference
So instead of forests there were vast areas of pasture, which was ideal for large herbivores, such as woolly mammoths. From Wordnik.com. [BBC News | News Front Page | UK Edition] Reference
So, instead of forests there were vast areas of pasture, which was ideal for large herbivores, such as woolly mammoths. From Wordnik.com. [Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7] Reference
Scientists have long wondered if humans were responsible for the extinction of prehistoric megafauna, such as woolly mammoths. From Wordnik.com. [Mongabay.com News] Reference
During the Davis Cup match against the French at Eastbourne, I went on the court against Laurentz in my blue "woolly" sweater. From Wordnik.com. [The Art of Lawn Tennis] Reference
There was nothing "woolly" about him: in a crisis he could make up his mind quickly; he had no patience with people who dithered. From Wordnik.com. [Sidney Percival Bunting]
That kind of woolly vagueness is Doerr’s hallmark. From Wordnik.com. [Consider This, Senora by Harriet Doerr] Reference
PZ’s line about Zoroastrianism is a wonderful response to that kind of woolly thinking. From Wordnik.com. [Is God As Real As Gravity? « UDreamOfJanie] Reference
"woolly" into wear for the first time; and the cold fog in which we marched did nothing to improve it. From Wordnik.com. [The Doings of the Fifteenth Infantry Brigade August 1914 to March 1915] Reference
"woolly," as you put it: it constitutes a perfect repudiation of scientific principles and intellectual honesty. From Wordnik.com. [homunculus] Reference
The cave-dwelling giant woolly rat of Papua New Guinea. From Wordnik.com. [The Smithsonian's 'rat tale'] Reference
This hat is so old it's made out of woolly mammoth pelt. From Wordnik.com. [Alex Zane] Reference
It is silvery gray with thick woolly fur and is a vegetarian. From Wordnik.com. [The Smithsonian's 'rat tale'] Reference
We were the last two woolly mammoths, locking tusks and writhing. From Wordnik.com. [At Risk] Reference
Lotta just shrugged and returned the woolly, two-toed slippers to the closet. From Wordnik.com. [Mark Coggins: Chasing Lotta] Reference
We met a pair of big, amiable and beautifully groomed dogs with black, woolly coats. From Wordnik.com. [Country diary: Dorset] Reference
FOSSIL SKELETON This woolly mammoth lived 35,000 years ago and stands nine feet tall. From Wordnik.com. [The Good Life: Gift Guide] Reference
His lips are quivering again, his hair is woolly and wild, his skin is very, very dry. From Wordnik.com. [Young Skin] Reference
Enrique opened the kitchen window and let in a woolly moth bumping up against the pane. From Wordnik.com. [‘A Handbook to Luck’] Reference
My father is dark-complexioned with prominent African-American features and a head of woolly hair. From Wordnik.com. [Freedom From Choice] Reference
If parts of your yard are starting to look a little woolly, it could be time for you to buy a string trimmer. From Wordnik.com. [Tip of the Day: Use a string trimmer to manicure your yard] Reference
Consider this dilemma: If my friends and I cooperate to bring down that woolly mammoth, we'll have more to eat. From Wordnik.com. [WHY CHEATERS DON'T WIN: A PROOF] Reference
Beasts like the woolly mammoth and the giant ground sloth went extinct once humans had the right tools to hunt effectively. From Wordnik.com. [Periscope] Reference
All pretty extraordinary stuff and proof that while the whole "neo soul" deal was a pretty woolly business, Badu is an artist of real bite. From Wordnik.com. [This week's new live music] Reference
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