What is another word for Animal Fibre?

Pronunciation: [ˈanɪmə͡l fˈa͡ɪbə] (IPA)

Animal fibre refers to natural fibres that come from animals such as wool, silk, mohair, alpaca, and cashmere. These fibres are highly valued for their softness, warmth, and luxury feel. However, depending on the specific animal species, the texture, feel and strength of the fibre can vary significantly. Furthermore, as different animal species have been crossbred and bred over time, they have cultivated unique strands that are not always classified within the traditional categories of animal fibres. In summary, synonyms for animal fibre include wool, silk, mohair, alpaca, cashmere, and any natural fibre that comes from an animal.

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What are the hypernyms for Animal fibre?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

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