fluffy Definition

  • 1soft and light in texture
  • 2having an excessive amount of soft material or fibers on the surface

Using fluffy: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "fluffy" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The cake was so fluffy and delicious.

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    She loves to wear fluffy sweaters in winter.

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    The cat's fur is so fluffy and soft.

  • Example

    The clouds look fluffy and white.

fluffy Synonyms and Antonyms

Antonyms for fluffy

Phrases with fluffy

  • hair that is light and puffy in texture


    She has naturally curly and fluffy hair.

  • large, white clouds that have a rounded shape and appear soft and fluffy


    The sky was filled with fluffy clouds on a sunny day.

  • fluffy pancakes

    pancakes that are light and airy in texture


    She made fluffy pancakes for breakfast this morning.


Summary: fluffy in Brief

The term 'fluffy' [ˈflʌfi] describes something that is soft and light in texture or has an excessive amount of soft material or fibers on the surface. It can be used to describe food, clothing, animals, and even clouds, as in 'The clouds look fluffy and white.' 'Fluffy' can also be used in phrases like 'fluffy hair' and 'fluffy pancakes,' which denote lightness and airiness.

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