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The place seemed more dignified; there was no noise; all the corridors had felted floors.
My feet were bare, but he wore felted slippers, which to my unfailing ear were not utterly noiseless.
PRINCE ZALESKIM.P. SHIEL
The felted or hyalopilitic texture is the most common, and plagioclase is the principal groundmass constituent.
The ground here is so felted with sand that in the distance we cannot hear the rolling of their carriages.
As a result it becomes matted or felted together, and is hard and brittle and almost worthless.
TEXTILESWILLIAM H. DOOLEY
They are now ready to be wetted, shrunk, and felted in the usual manner by the regular hatter.
Woolens, and sometimes worsteds, are next "fulled" or felted by being run round and round in a machine while moistened with soap.
TEXTILES AND CLOTHINGKATE HEINTZ WATSON
The nest is made of spun threads closely felted together to form a round hollow ball.
Over the walk, interwoven stolons had been felted down into a ragged mat, repellent alike to foot and eye.
In the order Antennariei, the threads are black and moniliform, more or less felted, bearing irregular sporangia.
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