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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
adjective: Having a woolly surface.
From Latin lanatus, from lana (wool).
"I have heard that the Rossi 9S skis you see racers using on the World
cup circuit are different from the ones they sell in stores. Is this,
in fact, true?
"He particularly didn't like that scaly feeling he got in his mouth when
eating unpeeled peaches... I went on to explain that to be precise one
might even call the surface velvety, or maybe lanate or even floccose,
but definitely not scaly."
The soul is the same in all living creatures, although the body is different. -Hippocrates, physician (460-c.377 BCE)