What does woollier mean?

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  1. comparative form of woolly: more woolly
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Sadly, the 1935 recording is far woollier than the one for Nikisch 21 years earlier, but otherwise the CD transfers are first rate.
Wood bison are also darker in color, have a woollier pelt, and hardly any hair on their forelegs.
They have a natural layer of fat underneath their skin that tends to keep them warmer, whereas fillies do tend to get a bit woollier.
Then, in just 15 years, indiscriminate crossbreeding with woollier imported sheep nearly drove them out of existence.
There are candles, there are golds and reds, there's a big mutual ashtray, and outside the shaking windows the dirty Thames is growing darker, wilder and woollier by the minute.
But social capital the networks and shared values that encourage social co-operation is woollier and far harder to measure.

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