Definition of Fiberfill

1. Noun. (American English) A lightweight synthetic fiber used as insulation in clothing ¹



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Definition of Fiberfill

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fiberfill

fibbers
fibbery
fibbing
fiber
fiber-optic
fiber-optic transmission system
fiber-optics
fiber bundle
fiber bundles
fiber optic cable
fiber optics
fiber plant
fiberboard
fiberboards
fibered
fiberfill (current term)
fiberfills
fiberization
fiberizations
fiberize
fiberized
fiberizes
fiberizing
fiberless
fiberlike
fiberoptic

Literary usage of Fiberfill

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1. Federal Options for Reducing Waste Disposal: October 1991 by Terry Dinan (1995)
"Scrap plastics are made into a variety of end products, including lumber substitutes, carpet backing, pails, strapping tape, fiberfill, and detergent bot- ..."

2. Trends in Japanese Textile Technology by John E. Berkowitch (2000)
"The hollow serves as the conduit for the release of the active ingredient and, for that reason, tow cutting into fiberfill-type staple is deferred until ..."

3. Rebuilding the Unity of Health And the Environment in Rural America by James A. Merchant, Christine Coussens, Dalia Gilbert (2006)
"For example, cornstalks instead of petroleum derivatives can be used to make fiberfill for pillows. Funds for the development of these products have been ..."

4. 57 Ways to Protect Your Home Environment (& Yourself) by Rick Weinzierl (1999)
"... packaging, fabrics, chemicals, machine parts, and household items such as pans, flower pots, and fiberfill used in sleeping bags, vests, and carpeting. ..."

5. How to Do Plays With Children by Jo Ellen Moore, Leslie Tryon, Ginny Hall, Betsy Franco-Feeney (1994)
"... and a black cotton tube stuffed with fiberfill. A clear thread can be attached near the end of the tail. The other end of the thread is held in the ..."

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