adjective, tuft·i·er, tuft·i·est.
Origin of tufty
Examples from the Web for tufty
Contemporary Examples of tufty
Brosnan, 61, has a close-clipped beard, and tufty salt-and-pepper hair.Pierce Brosnan’s Life After Bond: From Action Hero to Losing His Daughter to Cancer
July 2, 2014
Historical Examples of tufty
What happiness to sit on this tufty knoll, and fill my basket with the blossoms!Our Village
Mary Russell Mitford
Yowler's feet are large, but Tufty's are immense for his size.The Burgess Animal Book for Children
Thornton W. Burgess
He doesn't come sneaking about without a sound, like Tufty the Lynx.
For Tufty's size it was hardly as much of a tail as Peter himself has.
He was the great-great-ever-so-great-grandfather of Tufty, and he wasn't old then.