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fluff

soft light particles, such as the down or nap of cotton or wool
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I've got something ever so much nicer, even, than Fluffy and Buffy for you to bring up.
I mean, the boy is--just like Fluffy and Buffy were when you took them in.
I told him how good you were to me, and to Fluffy and Buffy, and that I knew you would be to him, because of course he's even nicer than cats and dogs.
Santos was upon me next instant, and him, by sheer luck, I managed to serve the same; but I doubt whether either man was stunned; and I was standing ready for them to rise, when I felt myself seized round the neck from behind, and a mass of fluffy hair tickling my cheek, while a shrill voice set up a lusty scream for the squire.
The girl's hair was soft and fluffy and her skin as smooth as satin.
About fifty fluffy yellow youngsters were at school, being taught good manners and good grammar by a young hen who wore spectacles.
Billina has hatched out thirteen new chickens," replied the Soldier with the Green Whiskers, "and they're the cutest little fluffy yellow balls you ever saw.
The wind came from the left, insistently blowing over to one side the mane on Mukhorty's sleek neck and carrying aside even his fluffy tail, which was tied in a simple knot.
A boy's cap was perched on her head, and her hair, light brown and arranged in a loose and fluffy order that caught the sun, seemed an aureole about the delicate oval of her face.
By this time a growth of thin fluffy hair had come to blur, like a golden mist, the sharp line of his small lower jaw.
Maggie, with her bonnet over her arm, was smiling down at the hatch of small fluffy chickens, when her aunt exclaimed,--
SPECIAL SKILLS: Fluffy spends a lot of his time on the front drive, on duty.