fluff[ fluhf ]SEE DEFINITION OF fluff
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLUFF
Here they are, Puff and Fluff, two of the dearest mice in the world.
"I should think a silver bed would be rather hard," said Fluff.
And then he rolled out of bed; and then Fluff and Puff rolled out of bed.
Sit down and read it to the children and Peepsy, won't you, Fluff?
So Fluff read the famous piece of pottery, to the great delight of all.
There must be half a mile of fluff over it in this weather, but it does not affect The Leek.
I always felt there was a lot of good in Leighton under her fluff.
Venus of the Brine comes forth, In her hooded mantle's fluff.
"Come on, Fluff," she said coaxingly, grasping the plume-like mane.
"After Fluff ran off I began to be frightened," she continued.