fleecy

[ flee-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF fleecy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLEECY

The sky was brilliant with swift-speeding clouds of fleecy white.

I am told Mount Washington is veiled in their fleecy mantles for weeks sometimes.

It was a sunny morning, with a soft blue sky and fleecy clouds.

The deep blue of the overarching skies were embroidered, as it were, with fleecy clouds.

The sun was shining in a sky flecked with soft, fleecy clouds.

And in the midst of the fleecy tangle Snowball struggled in vain.

If she was angry—the lamb was so very lamblike, and meek, and fleecy.

I can hear the dreary buz-z-z-z of the spindle as she feeds it with the fleecy ropes.

The fog, fleecy, not so wet as impenetrable—when had it engulfed us?

"I have this shawl," says she, pointing to the soft white, fleecy thing that covers her.

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