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Wool vs. Sherpa

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  • Wool (noun)

    The hair of the sheep, llama and some other ruminants.

  • Wool (noun)

    A cloth or yarn made from the wool of sheep.

  • Wool (noun)

    Anything with a texture like that of wool.

  • Wool (noun)

    A leaves of certain trees, such as firs and pines.

  • Wool (noun)

    Short, thick hair, especially when crisped or curled.

  • Wool (noun)

    yarn (including that which is made from synthetic fibers.)

  • Sherpa (noun)

    A mountain guide or porter, particularly a male of the Sherpa people so employed.

  • Sherpa (noun)

    An expert sent by a country’s leader to a summit meeting.

  • Sherpa (noun)

    A synthetic fabric with a long, thick pile, similar to faux fur, imitation lamb wool{{,}} or fleece.

  • Sherpa (verb)

    To serve as a guide or porter for another.

Wiktionary
  • Wool (noun)

    the fine, soft curly or wavy hair forming the coat of a sheep, goat, or similar animal, especially when shorn and prepared for use in making cloth or yarn

    "Harris tweed is made from pure new wool"

  • Wool (noun)

    yarn or textile fibre made from wool

    "her blue wool suit"

    "carpets made of 80 per cent wool and 20 per cent nylon"

    "a sampler in coloured wools"

  • Wool (noun)

    the soft underfur or down of some mammals

    "beaver wool"

  • Wool (noun)

    a metal or mineral made into a mass of fine fibres

    "lead wool"

  • Sherpa (noun)

    a member of a Himalayan people living on the borders of Nepal and Tibet, renowned for their skill in mountaineering.

  • Sherpa (noun)

    a civil servant or diplomat who undertakes preparatory work prior to a summit conference.

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Webster Dictionary
  • Wool (noun)

    a fabric made from the hair of sheep

  • Wool (noun)

    fiber sheared from animals (such as sheep) and twisted into yarn for weaving

  • Wool (noun)

    outer coat of especially sheep and yaks

  • Sherpa (noun)

    a member of the Himalayan people living in Nepal and Tibet who are famous for their skill as mountaineers

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