Definition of lambswool in English:

lambswool

Syllabification: lambs·wool
Pronunciation: /ˈlamzˌwo͝ol
 
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noun

  • Fine wool from a young sheep, used to make knitted garments, blankets, etc., with a soft texture.
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    • I'll be working with new summer-weight yarns and new styles - socks, shawls, cashmere and lambswool sweaters, even hairbands.
    • Design at the Granary also carries a large range of Johnstons of Scotland cashmere and lambswool, homeware and knitware.
    • The natty funnel-neck jumpers in cashmere or lambswool will transform your man into the epitome of understated cool.

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