Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of fluff.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fluff.

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Examples

  • On Sunday, Miller said Woods "had a million opportunities and won't take advantage" and had more "fluffs" in his double bogey at No. 3 than he's had since "junior golf."

    Miller, NBC deliver in broadcast, and Woods' play a bonus

  • The Angora's tail comes out thin, silky, and narrow, although it immediately "fluffs" up.

    Concerning Cats My Own and Some Others

  • Tom is having this one put with his collection for the smoking-room, because he says when Octavia "fluffs"

    Elizabeth Visits America

  • "fluffs"; but anything over twenty-five, no matter how she's costumed, is a lady to Swifty, even a scrubwoman.

    Shorty McCabe on the Job

  • Down through the perfume-weighted air fluttered the snowy fluffs of the cottonwoods.

    All Gold Canon

  • [She takes off wig, fluffs her own hair becomingly, and puts on bonnet, looking every inch a pretty young girl, ready for an automobile ride.]

    THE BIRTH MARK (SKETCH)

  • [She takes off wig, fluffs her own hair becomingly, and puts on bonnet, looking every inch a pretty young girl, ready for an automobile ride.]

    Jack London Play: The Birth Mark

  • There were decorations and a variety of foods to feed, and players were overjoyed at the introduction of Minis and MegaMinis, the small and resizable versions of fluffs to keep their main fluff company.

    Kit Marsters: (fluff)Friends: A Warning to Game Developers

  • Over the pool three cottonwoods sent their scurvy fluffs fluttering down the quiet air.

    All Gold Canon

  • He even deliberately added small, semi-hard woolly fluffs, that had come originally from the coat lining, and that had lain for long months in the bottoms of the pockets.

    FINIS

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