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fluff

soft light particles, such as the down or nap of cotton or wool
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Dorothy and Polly loved the Princess Fluff the moment they saw her, and little King Bud was so frank and boyish that Button-Bright accepted him as a chum at once and did not want him to go away.
They looked earnestly to discover whom this queen might be, and saw advancing up the room an exquisite wax doll dressed in dainty fluffs and ruffles and spangled gown.
They had made a beautiful nest by pulling two big leaves together and stitching them up the edges with fibers, and had filled the hollow with cotton and downy fluff.
Well," said Rikki-tikki, and his tail began to fluff up again, "marks or no marks, do you think it is right for you to eat fledglings out of a nest?
And if in other days and hours, Mid other fluffs and other flowers, The choice were given me how to dine
With his typical face, clean shaven on lip and chin, with a firm mouth, a strong jaw, a steady eye, and two little white fluffs of whiskers, he could never be taken for anything but what he was, a high-class British medical consultant of the age of fifty, or perhaps just a year or two older.
Over the pool three cottonwoods sent their scurvy fluffs fluttering down the quiet air.
Down through the perfume-weighted air fluttered the snowy fluffs of the cottonwoods.
Join us as we unleash inside scoops on this year's crop of canine players with exclusive interviews from the Ruff and Fluff locker rooms and pre-kickoff analysis.
Fire crews say a build up of fluff had collected around the motor of the dryer, which caused it to melt and catch fire.
Kind of cute how Twinkle Khanna writes 'progressive' fluff pieces in ToI [ Times of India ] while Akshayji dances with Pogrom Modi.
Funky Fluff was founded in 2012 and manufactures premium cloth diapers and accessories.