Definitions

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  • adj. downy; fluffy

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Downy; fluffy.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Resembling or containing flue, or loose fur or soft down; downy; fluffy.

Etymologies

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flue +‎ -y

Examples

  • That time I was all fluey, coddling Motrin like Elisabeth Hasselbeck does with her rifle and Kenny Chesney CD every night, Joy came off as the cool aunt.

    Hulu.com: 5 Easy Ways for Comedians to Survive The View

  • It's not helped that the flight seems to have reawakened my cold, so I'm fluey and all achey.

    Breakfast in Bed

  • I should add that about 2pm I started to feel kinda yukky, achy, fluey.

    the saga continues

  • I had a little fluey woowey but am feeling a little better.

    "We, in former times, constantly made jokes about different races."

  • All fluey and aching and full of cold and sore throat and lack of energy and just generally feeling dreadful.

    The One With Flu, Rain And Political History

  • VELEZ-MITCHELL: You know, Ant, this reminds me some kind of crazy spinal tap movie where the Hollywood mentality invades a small town and everything goes to fluey.

    CNN Transcript Jun 18, 2009

  • My older son was home all last week with some fluey yuck.

    ccfinlay: My kid wakes up with a raging fever, the

  • In other news, I woke up this morning feeling absolutely ghastly, achy, fluey, shivery, vaguely nauseous and with a mild RSI relapse, but I had an interview with David Essex lined up and there was no getting around it, so I dragged myself into town hoping that when the time came for the interview I'd be feeling better.

    August 15th, 2008

  • Actually my excuse this time is that I was off work sick foul 'fluey bug for several days.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Through some odd form of neurohypnosis, or whatever the term, this woman, who lived in Normal, Illinois—this made her irresistible—showed the symptoms of whatever illness Elizabeth Taylor was suffering at a particular time, or John Wayne, or Jackie Onassis, or name your star, from a fluey sort of fatigue to the skin eruptions of herpes simplex and the wasted frame of cancer.

    Underworld

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  • Downy; fluffy.

    October 10, 2008