fluff

Part of speech: noun

Fluffiness.

Part of speech: noun

Nap, down, or the like.

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Usage examples "fluff":

  1. In a few minutes Speckle came in Fluffie's room and said:- " Fluff, the doctor says Lady Gray will soon be well. - "The Chickens of Fowl Farm", Lena E. Barksdale.
  2. Beds and blankets which are not aired or shook more than once a month, are apt to be very full of what is termed fluff and blanket hairs, and they have a close smell, by no means agreeable. - "Newton Forster", Frederick Marryat.
  3. The second costume was a tight- fitting silver bodice with a fluff of green skirt underneath. - "O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1921", Various.