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fluff

  
  
Fluff consists of soft threads or fibres in the form of small, light balls or lumps. For example, you can refer to the fur of a small animal as fluff.      n-uncount   oft n of N  
She noticed some bits of fluff on the sleeve of her sweater.     
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fluff

  
1   
      n   down, dust, dustball, fuzz, lint, nap, oose     (Scot.)   pile  
2   
      vb     (informal)   bungle, cock up     (Brit. slang)   foul up     (informal)   fuck up     (offensive taboo slang)   make a mess off, make a nonsense of, mess up     (informal)   muddle, screw up     (informal)   spoil  

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fluffy, flu, flue, flux

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