fluff out


fluff out
phr verb
Fluff out is used with these nouns as the object: ↑feather

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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  • fluff — 1 noun (U) 1 soft, light bits of thread or wool that have come from wool, cotton, or other materials 2 soft light hair or feathers, especially from a young bird or animal compare down 5 (2), see also: bit of fluff bit 1 (19) 2 verb (T) 1 also… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • fluff — I UK [flʌf] / US noun Word forms fluff : singular fluff plural fluffs 1) [uncountable] very small pieces of hair, dust, or cloth that stick together or to the surface of something else 2) [uncountable] soft light fur or feathers from a young… …   English dictionary

  • fluff — fluff1 [ flʌf ] noun 1. ) uncount very small pieces of hair, dust, or cloth that stick together or to the surface of something else 2. ) uncount soft light fur or feathers from a young animal or bird 3. ) uncount something that is entertaining… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • fluff — fluff1 [flʌf] n [U] [Date: 1700 1800; Origin: Probably from flue fluff (16 19 centuries), from Flemish vluwe] 1.) soft light bits of thread that have come from wool, cotton, or other materials ▪ He was picking bits of fluff off his trousers. ▪ a… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • fluff — /flʌf / (say fluf) noun 1. light, downy particles, as of cotton. 2. a downy mass; something downy or fluffy. 3. Colloquial a blunder or error in execution, performance, etc. 4. Colloquial a fart. –verb (t) 5. to make into fluff; shake or puff out …   Australian English dictionary

  • fluff — fluffer, n. /fluf/, n. 1. light, downy particles, as of cotton. 2. a soft, light, downy mass: a fluff of summer clouds. 3. something of no consequence: The book is pure fluff, but fun to read. 4. an error or blunder, esp. an actor s memory lapse… …   Universalium

  • fluff — [[t]flʌf[/t]] n. 1) light downy particles, as of cotton 2) a soft light downy mass 3) something light or frivolous: The book is pure fluff, but fun to read[/ex] 4) an error or blunder, esp. an actor s memory lapse in the delivery of lines 5) to… …   From formal English to slang

  • fluff — [flʌf] noun [U] I very small pieces of hair, dust, or cloth that stick together II verb [T] fluff [flʌf] 1) to shake something so that more air goes into it and it becomes larger and softer Fluff the pillows after you use them.[/ex] 2) informal… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • fluff — [flaf] 1. n. nonsense; irrelevant stuff; hype. □ This is just a lot of fluff. Nothing substantial at all. □ Cut out the fluff and talk straight. 2. tv. & in. to make an error; to do something incorrectly. □ Todd fluffs his lines in the same place …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • fluff — flÊŒf n. soft and fuzzy particle or mass; something with little worth or substance; mistake, error v. change into fluff; make fluffy, shake or puff out (hair, feathers, etc.); botch, make a mistake; become fluffy …   English contemporary dictionary


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