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downy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdownydown‧y /ˈdaʊni/ adjective  DCBTIMcovered in or filled with soft fine hair or feathers the baby’s downy head
Examples from the Corpus
downyThe undersides of the leaves are slightly downy.On the right, nearest his father, Hubert, best-suited school-leaver with a downy boy's face and sharp cheek-bones.And on the branch beside it is a downy chick.Outside, a light snow had begun to fall, whitening the streets with downy flakes.On his head was a fuzz - a fluff of pale downy hair, almost transparent.a baby's downy hairConsider instead the delicate beading of perspiration on a downy lip.These leaves, too, were curled around the edges, and their undersides were covered with a downy tan fuzz.In the mixed hardwood forest, I come across a number of hairy and downy woodpeckers.
DownyDown‧y /ˈdaʊni/ trademark  a type of liquid fabric conditioner (=substance for making clothes feel softer), sold in the US
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