Pronunciation Adjective

fluffy (comparative fluffier, superlative fluffiest)

  1. Covered with fluff.
    Fluffy bunny rabbits are really nice to stroke.
  2. Light; soft; airy.
    I like my scrambled eggs to be light and fluffy in texture.
  3. (colloquial) Warm and comforting.
    Being in love with my boyfriend gives me a fluffy feeling inside.
  4. (colloquial) Not clearly defined or explained; fuzzy.
    • 2008, R.Safley, Reagan's Game
      Someone sold you the fluffy idea that brains triumphs[sic] over strength when you were picked last for the sports team.
  5. Lightweight; superficial; lacking depth or seriousness.
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fluffy (plural fluffies)

  1. (informal) Someone or something that has a fluffy texture.
  2. (informal, derogatory) A person who is superficial, who lacks depth or seriousness.
    • 2006, "Pyromancer", Re: The nature of the pagan community (on newsgroup uk.religion.pagan)
      The world is overrun with fluffies. There was, I think, always a fluffy element to the neo-Pagan movement, but since the Internet explosion of the mid-to-late 1990s, it's got much, much worse. Most of it can be blamed on commercial drivers, as the publishers who produced neo-Pagan material (and the authors who work for them) realised that there was a vast market for teen-witch kits, bogus grimoires, etc, and set out to exploit it […]
  3. (NZ) A babycino (frothy milk drink).

Pronunciation Proper noun
  1. A popular given name for a pet, often for a cat.

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