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What is "Lainbs Wool" - Definition & Explanation

Elastic, soft. resilient wool fibers obtained from lambs when they are seven or eight months old - the first or virgin clipping from the animal. This lofty stock is used in better grades of fabrics.
A very fine wool made from the shearlings of lambs.

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