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fleecy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfleecyfleec‧y /ˈfliːsi/ adjective  CSDCsoft and woolly, or looking soft and woolly fleecy white towels
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fleecya fleecy bathrobeWhat intrigued investigators most was Saveria's reference to sending on a fleecy jacket and snow trousers that her husband had requested.But on a blustery afternoon, a fleecy sofa may be the perfect spot to crash between appointments with the snow shovel.
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