verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
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OTHER WORDS FROM flufffluffer, nounun·fluffed, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for fluff
Only when they’ve scattered their dry food all over the kitchen floor and left enough fluff, hair, and fur on your sofa that you could make a sweater out of it, can it be tricky to remember what made them so appealing in the first place.
Pairs bundled together in nose-to-tail swathes of fluff “like a big scarf,” Nyawira says.Rats with poisonous hairdos live surprisingly sociable private lives|Susan Milius|January 12, 2021|Science News
This rich homemade hot chocolate is the ultimate snow day treatThere’s nothing wrong with store-bought marshmallows, but they can’t compete with the homemade variety, which glisten as they toast and melt into soft, sweet puffs of perfect fluff.Squishy, sweet homemade marshmallows will elevate your s’mores and hot chocolate|Daniela Galarza|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
It’s recommended that you hand wash or dry clean to maintain optimum structure and fluff.Earmuffs and knit bands that will absolutely keep your heads warm|PopSci Commerce Team|January 8, 2021|Popular Science
It had an impossible texture, like cold fluff or maybe sweet memory foam, and watching a video of how the perfect ice cream waves are made remains mesmerizing.Viennetta, the Fanciest Dessert of the ’90s, Is Back|Jaya Saxena|January 7, 2021|Eater
For one split second, she seemed to be fluffing up her hair, a vulnerable gesture.
Emma McChesney took off her hat before the dim old mirror, and stood there, fluffing out her hair here, patting it there.Roast Beef, Medium|Edna Ferber
Much sneezing went on in this corner and he who wonders why, might try once fluffing unrefined cotton.Molly Brown's College Friends|Nell Speed
"She was not an ordinary woman," said the Snowy Egret, fluffing her white spray of plumes.The Trail Book|Mary Austin
Having done so, she stood before the mantel-mirror, fluffing up her hair a little, where the hat had pressed it down.Angela's Business|Henry Sydnor Harrison
She turned from him deliberately, under the fiction of fluffing up her hair before a gilt mirror near the door.The Blood Red Dawn|Charles Caldwell Dobie