Noun(1) any light downy material(2) something of little value or significance(3) a blunder (especially an actor's forgetting the lines
Verb(1) make a mess of, destroy or ruin(2) erect or fluff up(3) ruffle (one's hair
(1) A piece of cottonwood fluff brought low by the rain settles damply onto the hood of the truck.(2) She then directed her little servants to fluff the pillows, and proceeded to brush my hair and pinch my cheeks for color.(3) The chicks, tiny black bundles of fluff no bigger than golf balls, are very quickly tumbled into the water, where they swim around behind their parents at an incredible speed for their size, like little torpedoes.(4) Yes, of course it's cotton wool fluff, but it's excellent cotton wool fluff nonetheless.(5) But he's a clever Baz, and before too long he understood why we were putting the cover around the cotton fluff .(6) Gem Casper mentally cursed the salty sea air for reducing her hair to lifeless fluff .(7) These products may also contain rayon and wood fluff , which is chemically derived from tree pulp and then bleached.(8) The debate on Tuesday was really a debate between substance and fluff .(9) The law states that if you drop said toast on the floor, it will always fall butter side down, thus attracting a large covering of dust, colourful fluff , and cat hairs.(10) Fly fishing is more normally associated with the pursuit of salmon and trout but a number of species will show an interest in a large collection of fluff and feathers aimed at imitating a prey fish.(11) Well, hang on to the remote because there are a couple of good programmes on and they're not the usual light fluff either.(12) Remove lid and fluff with a fork to separate grains.(13) For all you know, someone might all want surround sound with remote, flat screen plasma TV and all the fluff !(14) Remove from the microwave and fluff with a fork (this makes perfect rice every time and no pots to clean).(15) Creativity is much needed to promote not fluff , but substance.(16) I close my eyes and remember how a chocolate collapses in the cavey roof of my mouth as my tongue nudges it and air escapes and caramel or champagne liquid or pink fluff seeps out.