English version

fluffy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfluffyfluff‧y /ˈflʌfi/ adjective  1 SOFTvery light and soft to touch a fluffy little kitten fluffy towels2 SOFTfood that is fluffy is made soft and light by mixing it quickly so that a lot of air is mixed into it Cream the butter and sugar until the mixture is light and fluffy.3 fluffy clouds look light and soft4 not serious or important Her new book is a fluffy romantic fantasy.
Examples from the Corpus
fluffyMix the butter and sugar until fluffy.Beat in eggs one at a time, using a rotary beater, until satiny and fluffy.Gradually beat in sugar until light and fluffy.She found a towel, huge and fluffy, and wrapped it around herself.a light, fluffy cheesecakeThe day was bright and windy and low grey fluffy clouds raced across the thin sun.After a few days, there would be dozens of fluffy little chicks hatching out.Lightweight and fluffy, the duvet is ideal for summer use.After a few minutes she padded back into the bedroom wrapped in a big fluffy towel.He had fluffy white hair.
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