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angora

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Animals, Material & textiles
angoraan‧go‧ra /æŋˈɡɔːrə/ noun  1 [countable]HBA a type of goat, rabbit, or cat with very long soft hair or fur2 [uncountable]TIM wool or thread made from the fur of an angora goat or rabbit soft pink angora sweaters
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angoraShe was dressed in angora and chunky cords; new perfume.She even wears an old angora jumper under her pyjamas.She wore a cotton frock with little daisies and forget-me-knots sprinkled all over, and a fluffy, pink, angora cardigan.As a result, commercially farmed rabbits are available, both for meat and hair; the angora is an example.
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