- covered with, consisting of, or resembling a fleece or wool: soft, fleecy clouds.
Origin of fleecy
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Examples from the Web for fleecy
The sky was brilliant with swift-speeding clouds of fleecy white.The Golden Woman
I am told Mount Washington is veiled in their fleecy mantles for weeks sometimes.Eventide
It was a sunny morning, with a soft blue sky and fleecy clouds.Peggy in Her Blue Frock
Eliza Orne White
The deep blue of the overarching skies were embroidered, as it were, with fleecy clouds.
The sun was shining in a sky flecked with soft, fleecy clouds.Chatterbox, 1906
- of or resembling fleece; woolly
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Word Origin and History for fleecy
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