- of, resembling, or covered with fluff.
- light or airy: a fluffy cake.
- having little or no intellectual weight; superficial or frivolous: fluffy thinking.
Origin of fluffy
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Examples from the Web for fluffy
In the bowl of an electric mixer, cream the butter and brown sugar until light and fluffy.Make ‘The Chew’s’ Carla Hall’s Sticky Toffee Pudding
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The penguins are revealed to be fluffy toy penguins in the final frame.How Monty The Penguin Won Christmas: Britain’s Epic, Emotional Commercials
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“Pillows are ‘light,’ ‘fluffy,’ and may detract from our message,” she wrote.Is Columbia Failing Campus Rape Victims?
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LDL particles come in various sizes, with small, dense LDL being more harmful than light, fluffy LDL.The AHA’s Absurd Saturated Fat Obsession
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The fur was fun, fantastic, and fluffy, with rich design elements and juxtaposing patterns and textures.Valentino, Chanel, and Alexander McQueen at Paris Fashion Week
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Then with added mischief: “And your hair is simply as fluffy as—as a feather duster.”The Law-Breakers
Fluffy, tell Downy the little story I told you the other day, about the sunbeam.
So then Fluffy went for a walk with the other dolls, but I had to darn a hole in my stocking.
And I want you to be helpless––if you can; and fluffy––if you will!The Gorgeous Girl
How pretty they were with their pink feet and fluffy white feathers!
- of, resembling, or covered with fluff
- soft and lightfluffy hair
- sentimental or overromantic; not very intelligent
- characterized by nonviolent methodsfluffy environmentalist protestors
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Word Origin and History for fluffy
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