flocculent, woolly, woolyadjective
having a fluffy character or appearance
addled, befuddled, muddled, muzzy, woolly, wooly, woolly-headed, wooly-mindedadjective
confused and vague; used especially of thinking
"muddleheaded ideas"; "your addled little brain"; "woolly thinking"; "woolly-headed ideas"
wooly, woolly, wooly-haired, woolly-hairedadjective
covered with dense often matted or curly hairs
covered with dense cottony hairs or hairlike filaments
"the woolly aphid has a lanate coat resembling cotton"
Made of wool.
Put on a woolly jumper and turn down the thermostat.
Having a thick, soft texture, as if made of wool.
Of thinking, principles, etc, based on emotion rather than logic.
consisting of wool; as, a woolly covering; a woolly fleece
resembling wool; of the nature of wool
clothed with wool
clothed with a fine, curly pubescence resembling wool
The numerical value of woolly in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of woolly in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
The authors present several dates for mammoth, woolly rhino, horse and steppe bison that are also substantially younger than the fossil record indicates, which builds a stronger case for late survival across the Arctic than has been made previously.
At this age she would naturally still be with her mother, so the soft toy gives her something to snuggle for comfort, it’s not as fluffy and woolly as an adult Brushtail Possum, but she clings to it using her claws and teeth as she would do with mum in the wild.
We found that the Neanderthals from Spy Cave in Belgium consumed woolly rhinoceros and European wild sheep, supplemented with wild mushrooms, those from El Sidrón Cave on the other hand showed no evidence for meat consumption... showing quite different lifestyles between the two groups.
I think one of the simplest explanations is that hunter-gatherers may have caught wolf pups, which is extremely easy to do, and kept them in captivity as sentinels against the large predators that roamed the landscapes of the last Ice Age - bears, cave lions, etc. as well as other dangerous mammals - mammoths, woolly rhinos, other humans.
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