Woolly vs Woollike - What's the difference?
Woolly is a synonym of woollike.
As adjectives the difference between woolly and woollike
is that woolly
is made of wool while woollike
is resembling wool or some aspect of it.
As a noun woolly
is (informal) a sweater or similar garment made of wool or woolly
can be (liverpool|pejorative) someone not born in liverpool (especially from the towns of wigan, st helen's, widnes, warrington and runcorn).
Made of wool.
Having a thick, soft texture, as if made of wool.
- Put on a woolly jumper and turn down the thermostat.
(figuratively) Of thinking, principles, etc, based on emotion rather than logic.
- woolly hair
(figuratively) Unclear, fuzzy, hazy, cloudy.
(obsolete) Clothed in wool.
- That's the sort of woolly thinking that causes wars to start.
- woolly breeders
* woolly hat
* woolly-headed, wooly-headed
* woolly-minded (British) and (US), wooly-minded (US)
(informal) A sweater or similar garment made of wool
(Liverpool, pejorative) Someone not born in Liverpool (especially from the towns of Wigan, St Helen's, Widnes, Warrington and Runcorn).
Resembling wool or some aspect of it.
* wooly, woolly