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synonyms for woolpack

  • darkness
  • fog
  • gloom
  • mist
  • puff
  • smog
  • smoke
  • steam
  • vapor
  • veil
  • billow
  • dimness
  • film
  • fogginess
  • frost
  • haze
  • haziness
  • murk
  • nebula
  • obscurity
  • overcast
  • pother
  • rack
  • scud
  • sheep
  • smother
  • thunderhead
  • brume
  • mare's tail
  • nebulosity
  • ol' buttermilk sky
  • pea soup
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antonyms for woolpack

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  • brightness
  • cognizance
  • light
  • understanding
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How to use woolpack in a sentence

Crest: A woolpack charged with a ram couchant all proper, ducally crowned azure.
A COMPLETE GUIDE TO HERALDRYARTHUR CHARLES FOX-DAVIES
These are the 'woolpack clouds,' which, in summer time, throw deep shadows on the grass.
THE BOY WITH THE U. S. WEATHER MENFRANCIS WILLIAM ROLT-WHEELER
There was just a chance that it was the Woolpack Sand that she was on.
STORM WARRIORSJOHN GILMORE
For three nights Joanna had been the chief topic of conversation in the Woolpack bar.
JOANNA GODDENSHEILA KAYE-SMITH
Later on Martha Tilden told her that they were saying much the same at the Woolpack.
JOANNA GODDENSHEILA KAYE-SMITH
Her curiosity was soon satisfied, though she was at a disadvantage in having no male to bring her news from the Woolpack.
JOANNA GODDENSHEILA KAYE-SMITH
For several days those black cushions were the talk of the Woolpack bar and every farm.
JOANNA GODDENSHEILA KAYE-SMITH
The Woolpack held that if Ellen had been guilty, Alce would not put himself in the wrong by going away.
JOANNA GODDENSHEILA KAYE-SMITH
The Woolpack and Fleece were, of course, the signs of inns frequented by the merchants who came to buy wool.
OLD COUNTRY INNS OF ENGLANDHENRY P. MASKELL
At Guildford all the alehouses were at one time required to exhibit a Woolpack as a token of the leading commodity in the town.
OLD COUNTRY INNS OF ENGLANDHENRY P. MASKELL
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WORDS RELATED TO WOOLPACK

  • billow
  • brume
  • darkness
  • dimness
  • film
  • fog
  • fogginess
  • frost
  • gloom
  • haze
  • haziness
  • mare's tail
  • mist
  • murk
  • nebula
  • nebulosity
  • obscurity
  • ol' buttermilk sky
  • overcast
  • pea soup
  • pother
  • puff
  • rack
  • scud
  • sheep
  • smog
  • smoke
  • smother
  • steam
  • thunderhead
  • vapor
  • veil
  • woolpack
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