Antonyms for felted

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They are felted with the fibers of the goods and add weight and firmness.

She thrust her feet into a pair of felted slippers, and descended to his door.

Steam jackets should be lagged or felted to prevent condensation.

The earliest civilizations plaited, span, wove, and felted them.

Their hair was not long, but felted into wisps, and alive with vermin.

The nest was felted with cow's hair, and quite impenetrable to shot.

BR, is the block rail, felted on the side next to the jack which strikes against it when thrown from nose.

Woolens, and sometimes worsteds, are next "fulled" or felted by being run round and round in a machine while moistened with soap.

Under the term "textile" are included the fibrous substances that can be spun into threads, and woven or felted into cloth.

The nests are very compactly made of fibres and grasses, felted together, and lined with hair.