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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of fluff.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I was unable to make it fluffy even with the Kitchenaid and ended up adding sour cream to the mix to lighten it up -- otherwise it was very very thick and never "fluffed".

    Chips & Grandpa's Dunk

  • "The feathers are kind of fluffed up and typically by the next day they will be dead," he said.

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  • "The feathers are kind of fluffed up and typically by the next day they will be dead," he said.

    Weekend Mixtape

  • "The feathers are kind of fluffed up and typically by the next day they will be dead," he said.

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  • "The feathers are kind of fluffed up and typically by the next day they will be dead," he said.

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  • Full apology and fluffed Labour response saves Caroline Spelman

    Sid Staden obituary

  • Full apology and fluffed Labour response saves Caroline Spelman

    Sid Staden obituary

  • Full apology and fluffed Labour response saves Caroline Spelman

    Sid Staden obituary

  • When we'd met with the big boss, Rupert, he and his yes men had fluffed our egos and plumped our virtual pillows.

    Digital economy or bust: the story of a new media startup – part 15

  • Sounds like to me that Grassley wanted to be primped, fluffed, and wanted his butt kissed all because he thought he was royalty and of, course, a Republican.

    Grassley: 'I kinda resent' White House over health care reform

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