Definition of Fluffily

1. Adverb. In a fluffy way. ¹



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Definition of Fluffily

1. fluffy [adv] - See also: fluffy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fluffily

fluff girls
fluff out
fluff up
fluffball
fluffed
fluffernutter
fluffernutters
fluffers
fluffier
fluffiest
fluffily (current term)
fluffiness
fluffinesses
fluffing
fluffs
flufftails
fluffy
fluffy omelet
flugel
flugelhorn
flugelhornist
flugelhornists
flugelhorns
flugelman
flugelmen

Literary usage of Fluffily

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1. The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1904)
"She was very simply attired in a dress of black and white check, with linen collar and small brooch, her hair which had once been brown, hung fluffily upon ..."

2. The Bookman (1910)
"... but to that variety of it which is most insistently and fluffily feminine, it is profitable to take up next Mr. EF Benson's latest volya^Ly^ Fascinating ..."

3. Putnam's Monthly (1907)
"The hen bird, with head nestled into crop, and no feet to be seen, crouched fluffily within a coign of the masonry; by her side her mate stood erect, ..."

4. Glimpses of Fifty Years: The Autobiography of an American Woman by Frances Elizabeth Willard (1889)
"She was very simply attired in a dress of black and white check, with linen collar and small brooch, her hair, which had once been brown, hung fluffily upon ..."

5. Poet Lore (1921)
"... And upright circles Made of seal whiskers And fluffily full Of bird's down which fell Down upon them like snow. And belts, too, they wore With broad, ..."

6. The Yellow Book (1895)
"It must be a full three hundred yards away, that first brood of ducklings, fluffily proud of a three-days-old past ; yet its shrill peep- peep reaches us as ..."

7. Putnam's Magazine (1907)
"The hen bird, with head nestled into crop, and no feet to be seen, crouched fluffily within a coign of the masonry ; by her side her mate stood erect, ..."

8. Putnam's Magazine (1907)
"The hen bird, with head nestled into crop, and no feet to be seen, crouched fluffily within a coign of the masonry ; by her side her mate stood erect, ..."

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