Wool in a sentence as a noun

Yes, you can really use steel wool to wipe your ***.

My daughter designs these expansive cities with, yes, pools full of wool.

If I'm going to spend a lot for clothes I'm going to want a nice material, like wool.

Sure they're hipsters, but it's still a crowd I'd rather be around than the one that used to make me squirm back then; and I'm a dyed-in-the-wool programmer type who hasn't much changed.

There some of the really pretty girls were wearing some short, slightly full, plaid, heavy wool 'wrap around' skirts, each held together with a huge, chrome diaper safety pin!

Or the automation of the wool industry in the 19th century?That's some very unimaginative thinking there.

I trade fruit with my neighbor for wool, because I value some quantity of wool higher than I value some quantity of fruit, and my neighbor values the fruit more than the wool.

It doesn't seem to matter if they are on-the-fence-socialists, outright socialists, or dyed-in-the-wool capitalists.

Whether one is describing the experience of a memory, or reciting a coached, scripted tale ...if all the facts are correct what hope is there of disproving a dyed-in-the-wool memory?Case in point: The drunkest I ever got was during a drinking game in college.

And that there the Rams being grown in years, are very strong and lustful, and so often times meet with Goats, do run over them, and that the young ones which wild Rams beget of tame Sheep, are color like the sire, and so is their breed after them; and the wool of the first breed is shaggy, but in their after-breed soft and tender.

Wool definitions


a fabric made from the hair of sheep

See also: woolen woollen


fiber sheared from animals (such as sheep) and twisted into yarn for weaving


outer coat of especially sheep and yaks

See also: fleece