Adjective "fluffy" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈflʌfi/

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Definitions and examples

adjective

Of, like, or covered with fluff.
  1. 'fluffy white clouds'
  2. 'Maybe it was the print I saw, but they looked like fluffy cottonwool white echtachrome clouds to me, floating in a postcard blue sky.'
  3. 'Others went for umbrellas that made a statement in themselves, decorated with racing scenes and one, optimistically, with blue sky and fluffy white clouds.'
  4. 'The sky was blue except for the parts that were covered by those big fluffy white clouds.'
  5. 'The bathroom accessories department reminded me that I hadn't washed anything for a few weeks, so I'd better buy a fluffy white bath towel.'
  6. 'A fluffy white bathrobe and towel are handed to each person as they arrive at the Roman inspired building.'
  7. 'It looks like a big, white fluffy blanket covering our window.'
  8. 'Soft, fluffy clouds covered the entire city and its famous, humungous airport, making you want to drop gently down and lay your head on them.'
  9. 'What if it's all fluffy white clouds and precious thoughts from here on out?'
  10. 'What do you expect with all those fluffy white clouds tumbling outside my window?'
  11. 'Then my back was covered in a mud pack, wrapped in a plastic sheet and covered in soft, fluffy towels.'
  12. 'From light and fluffy chocolate mousse or bitter chocolate sorbet to steamed chocolate fudge pudding or rich, dense chocolate cake, there is surely a recipe to suit all tastes.'
  13. 'It is very popular with kids, who love a simple, moist and fluffy cake.'
  14. 'The best of our tapas starters was unquestionably the goat's cheese croquettes - light and fluffy inside a crisp breadcrumb coating.'
  15. 'It wasn't that eyes were drawn to me like I was drawn to delightfully fluffy chocolate cheesecake.'
  16. 'Big J's meal came with creamy mashed potatoes and veggies, while mine was sidelined by fluffy rice and veggies.'
  17. 'But for a lonely night in need of some corny sentiment, this is some fluffy candy that just might fill.'
  18. 'And the baked potatoes were fluffy beneath a sea of sour cream and butter.'
  19. 'All of the recipes were easy and yielded light, fluffy cakes.'
  20. 'In the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the paddle, beat sugar and butter until light and fluffy.'
  21. 'The fluffy chocolate bomb-shaped ice cream was devilishly lovely and the saraga liqueur gave it a real bang.'
Frivolous or silly; lacking depth or seriousness.
  1. 'It is touchy, feel good, fluffy legislation that does only one thing.'
  2. 'As fluffy, shallow and silly as such segments might be, they pique viewer interest, particularly among women.'
  3. 'I was about to pass over this piece of nonsense as just another example of the feel-good, fluffy, new age rubbish the book is stuffed with.'
  4. 'This bill is nothing but touchy, fluffy, feel-good nonsense, and it is doing nothing more than promoting and legislating lying.'
  5. 'Tired of vague, fluffy predictions from newspapers and magazines hedging their bets on what will and what won't succeed in technology this year?'

Definitions

1. of, resembling, or covered with fluff.

2. light or airy: a fluffy cake.

3. having little or no intellectual weight; superficial or frivolous: fluffy thinking.

More examples(as adjective)

"towels can be fluffy."

"toys can be fluffy."

"heads can be fluffy."

"clouds can be fluffy."

"people can be fluffy."

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