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- adj. light; puffy
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Light; puffy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Light; fluffy.
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Big fuffy pawz out to you an wif no clawz cuz dat b mean.
I am so happy you got the fuffy mallige idlis right and glad it was just perfect Trupti.
With an electric mixer, beat butter with 1/2 cup of sugar until light and fuffy - about 3 minutes.
I kno, my bunnehs sleep in mai iurning baksit all deh tymbes, un mai metikuluslee iruned black werk soots get so fuffy an whyt frum teh bunney hairz.
If you ever get bored with fuffy horseshit TV Family Guy, The Office, and most of Adult Swim excepted, get a tea, get comfy, and go here.
She mounted the high, white, fuffy plain and went on with a soft, yielding, yet light step, almost as noiseless as if she were walking the clouds.
No doubt the save the little fuffy wuffy foxys brigade will be foaming at the mouth already.
*curls up en fuffy cwouldy bankie and holes gummi possum in paws and lick-licks.
deh so fuffy an “cute”. but deh stink up deh house.
OH! dose i’s, dose fuffy fuzzees, dose iddle eeers, dat haz a sad faec, I iz gonna blow!