woolgathering

[ woo l-gath-er-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF woolgathering

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WOOLGATHERING

Really, God thought with annoyance, this woolgathering—at such a moment!

Woolgathering, Ben had missed some remark about Artemis' rigging.

Such strange alleys do my thoughts run along when I am woolgathering in the field.

In a woolgathering way, the animal acknowledged Reuben's feet, but had no time for them.

Mrs. Ferrall's wits returned nimbly from woolgathering, and she shot a startled, inquiring glance at the girl beside her.

I trust that your good man here is not jealous, for beauty, you well do ken, ever sends the wits of a Douglas woolgathering.

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