all wool and a yard wide

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all wool and a yard wide

  1. (dated) Describes someone or something of high quality.
    • about 1900, O. Henry, The Missing Chord
      And that was the piano that Uncle Cal had selected; and standing by it was the good, fine, all-wool girl that never let him know it.