fleecy fleecy  /f ˈli si/


  • (adj) (of fabrics) having soft nap produced by brushing



  1. Its front looked more like a big boiler, which did not weigh heavily on the ground but pressed against it, sending aloft clouds of fleecy steam.
  2. Soon fleecy streamers of smoke were seen high over cities, spelling out trademarks for advertisers.
  3. And Heller can fill one page with yammering, visceral horror, can make the next prance with fleecy hilarity.


  • A quiet afternoon in the sun

    A small patch of fleecy cumulus clouds moves lazily across an opening in the norway pines in an otherwise mostly blue sky on this quiet summer afternoon. It transforms itself into a ghostly shroud, and then mischievously disappears behind the trees.
    on August 16, 2013     Source: The Pilot-Independent

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