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mohair

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes & fashion
mohairmo‧hair /ˈməʊheə $ ˈmoʊher/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 TIDCexpensive wool made from the hair of the angora goat 🔊 a mohair sweater
Examples from the Corpus
mohairUnderneath the coat was a mohair suit the same colour as mine.In the early years they manufactured and supplied both hand and machine knitting yarns in natural fibres, principally wool and mohair.Wind whistled through my black mohair.I looked along the black mohair to my socks.She dressed in an unvarying uniform of black ski pants and pink mohair pullover which became grubbier as the weeks passed.Alida Thorne wore her best suit, a straight-skirted mohair tweed in jewel green.There's a ready sale for the mohair and fleeces.
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