Definition of longwool in English:

longwool

Line breaks: long|wool
Pronunciation: /ˈlɒŋwʊl/

noun

A sheep of a breed with long wool.
More example sentences
  • They crossed the longwools with the smaller sheep to get a somewhat larger frame and in the process diluted the breed out of existence.

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