Wooly vs Floccose - What's the difference?

wooly | floccose |


As adjectives the difference between wooly and floccose

is that wooly is (us) while floccose is (botany|mycology) covered or growing in wooly tufts.

As a noun wooly

is (us).

wooly

English

Adjective

(er)
  • (US)
  • Put on a wooly jumper and turn down the thermostat.
    wooly hair
    That's the sort of wooly thinking that causes wars to start.

    Noun

    (woolies)
  • (US)
  • floccose

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • (botany, mycology) Covered or growing in wooly tufts.
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