Definition of fleecy in English:

fleecy

Syllabification: fleec·y
Pronunciation: /ˈflēsē
 
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adjective (fleecier, fleeciest)

1(Especially of a towel or garment) made of or lined with a soft, warm fabric: a fleecy sweatshirt
More example sentences
  • A soft, fleecy blanket covered her body and she felt warm.
  • Stroller accessories such as rain, sun and wind shades and warm fleecy liners can keep your passenger toasty and dry.
  • Ian returns with a sweatshirt and sweatpants, fleecy and smelling of soap and faint cologne.
Synonyms
fluffy, woolly, downy, soft, fuzzy, furry, velvety, shaggy
technical floccose, pilose
2(Especially of a cloud) white and fluffy.
More example sentences
  • Bill was carrying a pair of 7x50 binoculars, which gave him a closeup look at the rugged coastline with fleecy white clouds hovering over the mountain backdrop.
  • Blue sky, fleecy white clouds, buttercup fields, babbling streams - the works.
  • Down below, the pastoral green sun-drenched Czech landscape drifting slowly beneath fleecy white clouds - and countless menacing shells were bursting in between.

Derivatives

fleecily

adverb

fleeciness

noun

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