fluffier fluffier  /f ˈlə fi ər/


  • (adj) like down or as soft as down



  1. The younger and fluffier the animal, and the harder it fights off slumber, the higher the rating.
  2. And just when you think it can get no fluffier, he sits down for a manicure.
  3. Before packed houses, Arzak used a coffee machine to turn out lobster espresso, which at least sounds fluffier than his ham coffee.


  • Presidential Pets: A Look Back

    Obama's Bo, Bush's Barney, and Nixon's Checkers-- these are just a few of the fluffier political animals that have spent their time in the White House.
    on August 20, 2013     Source: National Journal via Yahoo! News


  1. "I learned what the PGA does - they made the sand a lot fluffier and the greens a lot faster," Wie said.
    on Jan 16, 2004 By: Michelle Wie Source: USA Today

  2. "Playing in October, the grass will have had a full summer to grow in, and as a result, it will make the course play different," Jones said. "The rough will be heavier and the fairways will be a little fluffier."
    on Oct 6, 2004 By: Rosie Jones Source: SI.com

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