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covered with hair

Synonyms for woolly

having a fluffy character or appearance

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covered with dense often matted or curly hairs

covered with dense cottony hairs or hairlike filaments

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Therefore, it is possible to consider woolliness and leatheriness as two distinct physiological disorders and conclude that wooliness involves fruit softening to firmness values below 10 N, with constant polygalacturonase activity.
Not having any accurate details as to what pace a race unravelled at leaves a wooliness which is a breeding ground of suspicion and mistrust.
Its organizational wooliness and occasional contradictions should be read as indices of its ambition and breadth.
But the actors and writers' wooliness pales in comparison to the film editors' picks this year.
Perhaps even Dubslav's inconsistent pronouncements on the relative merits of the old and the new show less an unprejudiced receptiveness to different points of view than simply a genial wooliness, and it is not surprising that he confesses he often does not know what he thinks (p.
Tension wood or brittleheart and interlocked grain can cause wooliness.
Too often, however, "pragmatism" is an honorific title for wooliness masquerading alternately as profundity and common sense.
Naylor's overstatement of the ideological wooliness of laborism comes dangerously close to setting up as a straw person a model of class consciousness in which workers are assumed to be equipped with a rigorous class ideology and theoretical understanding of capitalism.
We move, then, from the abstraction of a phrase like "blind miles of light' to the wooliness of a "knife .