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  • s  having a fluffy character or appearance

  • Why then should this flocculent lassitude be incurable? Kansas City, Kansas, proves that even Kansas City needn't always be Missourible.
  • In the black country, Orwell first took lodgings above a shop that sold nothing much but "black tripe" (the "grey flocculent stuff" and the "ghostly translucent feet of pigs .

  • Winston Churchill in guardian.co.uk
    Winston Churchill, writes Gowers, promoted the virtue of the short and simple phrase; yet it was Churchill, in his account of the second world war, who talked about "flocculent" thinking, instead of "woolly" thinking, "and so conveys to his readers...

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