Thesaurus / woolly
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These creatures, much like the woolly mammoth, faced an even more confusing set of unlucky situations that included a rapid warming of the globe which ultimately ended the ice age.

Hunters could have added to woolly rhinos’ woes, but the main extinction distinction goes to climate change, Lord contends.

Some good strains have a mixture of silky coat with the hard, and this is preferable to a woolly coat.

Sporting DogsFrank Townend Barton

It ate out of my hand and rubbed its woolly head against my leggings.

Little RiversHenry van Dyke

I have read in several authors that the natives of Australia have woolly hair.

The hand of the Captain had accidentally rested upon the woolly head in putting down the letter.

From her woolly hair and very dark but merry face, I imagined her to have a touch of Guadeloupe or Martinique blood.

Of these, perhaps the best known is the brown “woolly worm” or “hedgehog caterpillar,” as it is familiarly called.

For all he did was to drag the woolly plaything around the room a few times, and then he let go the string.

The skeleton, part of the hide, a large quantity of long hair and woolly hair a foot and a half long were taken away.

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