cotton wool

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See also: cottonwool and cotton-wool

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cotton wool (usually uncountable, plural cotton wools)

  1. (US) Raw fibers of cotton before being processed.
  2. (Britain) Soft, absorbent cotton for medical or cosmetic use, protective padding, etc.

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