adjective (fluffier, fluffiest)
- 1Of, like, or covered with fluff: fluffy white clouds a fluffy towelMore example sentences
- Then my back was covered in a mud pack, wrapped in a plastic sheet and covered in soft, fluffy towels.
- The sky was blue except for the parts that were covered by those big fluffy white clouds.
- 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.
- 1.1(Of food) light in texture and containing air: cream the butter and sugar until pale and fluffyMore example sentences
- All of the recipes were easy and yielded light, fluffy cakes.
- 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.
- Jayne chose the light and fluffy lemon lush after overhearing that a diner is just about as fluffy and syrupy.
- 2 • informal Lacking substance, depth, or seriousness: the commercial wallows in soft, fluffy, feel-good territoryMore example sentences
- It denotes something fluffy, something lacking in content, he says - the implication being that he's rather more robust than that.
- 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.
- We are signing up to fluffy, feel-good legislation that we cannot enforce, and if we do, we will run the risk of scooping up people whom we should not be attacking.
- 2.1(Of a person, especially a woman) frivolous, silly, or vague: fluffy blondes in leopard-skin pedal pushersMore example sentences
- I was never, neither a fluffy heroine, nor a wicked vamp, nor a woman of the world.
- Typecast in the public mind as the fluffy girl next door, Ryan seems to relish the opportunity to show what else she can do.
- She's no man-hater (she sees the term as a contradiction) but she's not fluffy or insipid either, she writes tough and she writes the truth.
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- BW, when you've quite finished being fluffily artistic with our dinner, could you possibly bring it in, because I'm ready to start cooking it?
- Her duck was as fluffily pink as a baby's bonnet.
- We gaze at the sky as it allows clouds to drift fluffily through it, and appears entirely empty of portents.
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- It is also unusual for Prokofiev to reflect on external events in his music - the fluffiness of the Classical Symphony, for example, came in 1917, the tumultuous year of the Russian Revolution.
- They are designed to alert us to any fluffiness or grey areas which need human decisions.
- I have written several times about the juiciness and flavour to be found in grilled Persian meats and the fluffiness of the Basmati rice served on the side.