fluff definition

  • noun:
    • Light down or fuzz, as on a new bird or on a dandelion or milkweed seed.
    • Something having a really light, smooth, or frothy consistency or appearance: a fluff of meringue; a fluff of cloud.
    • Light down or fuzz, as on a bird or on a dandelion or milkweed seed.
    • some thing having an extremely light, smooth, or frothy consistency or appearance: a fluff of meringue; a fluff of cloud.
    • Something of small substance or effect, especially:
    • One thing of small substance or effect, especially:
    • Light or shallow activity: the film had been merely another little nonsense from Hollywood.
    • Light down or fuzz, as on a young bird or on a dandelion or milkweed seed.
    • Light down or fuzz, as on a bird or on a dandelion or milkweed seed.
    • Light down or fuzz, as on a young bird or on a dandelion or milkweed seed.
    • One thing having a rather light, smooth, or frothy persistence or appearance: a fluff of meringue; a fluff of cloud.
    • filled or cushioned material: The report was mainly nonsense, with little to no brand-new information.
    • Light or trivial enjoyment: the film was merely another bit of nonsense from Hollywood.
    • some thing having a tremendously light, soft, or frothy consistency or look: a fluff of meringue; a fluff of cloud.
    • Something having a rather light, soft, or frothy persistence or appearance: a fluff of meringue; a fluff of cloud.
    • The parts of a junked vehicle which are not metal and cannot be recycled.
    • Inflated or padded product: The report had been mostly nonsense, with little to no brand-new information.
    • anything of small substance or outcome, specially:
    • some thing of little substance or effect, especially:
    • Light down or fuzz, as on a new bird or on a dandelion or milkweed seed.
    • Light or trivial enjoyment: The movie was merely another bit of nonsense from Hollywood.
    • Light or shallow activity: The movie was yet another little nonsense from Hollywood.
    • The areas of a junked vehicle which are not metal and cannot be recycled.
    • Informal one, especially in the delivery of outlines, as by an actor or announcer.
    • Something of little material or effect, specially:
    • Light down or fuzz, as on a bird or on a dandelion or milkweed seed.
    • filled or padded product: The report had been mostly nonsense, with little to no new information.
    • some thing having a very light, smooth, or frothy persistence or appearance: a fluff of meringue; a fluff of cloud.
    • some thing having a very light, soft, or frothy consistency or look: a fluff of meringue; a fluff of cloud.
    • Light or trivial activity: The movie was yet another little bit of fluff from Hollywood.
    • Informal An error, especially in the delivery of outlines, as by an actor or announcer.
    • Inflated or padded product: The report was mostly fluff, with little new information.
    • The areas of a junked automobile that are not metal and cannot be recycled.
    • filled or padded product: The report ended up being mainly nonsense, with little to no new information.
    • The areas of a junked vehicle that aren't metal and cannot be recycled.
    • One thing of small compound or consequence, specially:
    • some thing of little substance or outcome, specifically:
    • The parts of a junked vehicle that are not metal and should not be recycled.
    • Light or trivial enjoyment: The movie was yet another little bit of fluff from Hollywood.
    • Informal An error, particularly in the distribution of outlines, as by an actor or announcer.
    • Light or trivial enjoyment: the film had been yet another bit of fluff from Hollywood.
    • Informal An error, especially in the delivery of lines, as by an actor or announcer.
    • Inflated or cushioned material: The report had been mostly nonsense, with little brand-new information.
    • filled or cushioned material: The report ended up being mainly nonsense, with little to no brand new information.
    • Informal one, especially in the delivery of outlines, as by an actor or announcer.
    • The areas of a junked car which are not metal and cannot be recycled.
    • The parts of a junked vehicle which are not metal and cannot be recycled.
    • Informal a mistake, particularly in the delivery of lines, as by an actor or announcer.
    • casual a mistake, particularly in the distribution of outlines, as by an actor or announcer.
    • any such thing light, smooth or fuzzy, particularly fur, locks, feathers.
    • any such thing light, soft or fuzzy, particularly fur, hair, feathers.
    • such a thing light, smooth or fuzzy, specifically fur, locks, feathers.
    • Anything inconsequential or trivial.
    • Anything inconsequential or shallow.
    • any such thing light, smooth or fuzzy, particularly fur, hair, feathers.
    • Anything inconsequential or trivial.
    • Lapse, particularly an error in an actor’s lines.
    • Everything light, soft or fuzzy, especially fur, locks, feathers.
    • Lapse, especially a mistake in an actor’s lines.
    • Lapse, particularly a blunder in an actor’s lines.
    • A passive lover in a lesbian relationship.
    • Anything inconsequential or shallow.
    • A passive companion in a lesbian commitment.
    • Anything inconsequential or shallow.
    • A passive partner in a lesbian relationship.
    • Lapse, particularly a mistake in an actor’s outlines.
    • something light, smooth or fuzzy, specially fur, tresses, feathers.
    • Lapse, especially a mistake in an actor’s lines.
    • A passive companion in a lesbian relationship.
    • such a thing inconsequential or superficial.
    • Lapse, particularly an error in an actor’s outlines.
    • A passive lover in a lesbian commitment.
    • A passive companion in a lesbian relationship.
    • such a thing light, soft or fuzzy, especially fur, locks, feathers.
    • Nap or down; flue[2]; smooth, downy feathers.
    • Nap or down; flue[2]; smooth, downy feathers.
    • such a thing light and downy, whose volume consists mostly of air, such as cotton fiber or down.
    • Anything inconsequential or trivial.
    • Nap or down; flue[2]; soft, downy feathers.
    • Something light and inconsequential; one thing never to be used really; -- utilized frequently of literary or remarkable productions, and quite often of men and women.
    • Nap or down; flue[2]; soft, downy feathers.
    • Everything light and downy, whoever volume consists mainly of air, like cotton fiber or down.
    • Lapse, particularly a blunder in an actor’s outlines.
    • Nap or down; flue[2]; soft, downy feathers.
    • Nap or down; flue[2]; soft, downy feathers.
    • One thing light and inconsequential; something to not be used really; -- made use of frequently of literary or dramatic productions, and sometimes of men and women.
    • such a thing light and downy, whoever volume is made up mostly of air, particularly cotton fiber or down.
    • Everything light and downy, whose amount is made up mainly of environment, including cotton fiber or down.
    • an error, especially in the recitation of lines in a drama.
    • Everything light and downy, whoever volume is made up mostly of air, such as for instance cotton or down.
    • A passive companion in a lesbian relationship.
    • anything light and inconsequential; anything not to be studied really; -- used frequently of literary or remarkable productions, and sometimes of people.
    • A mistake, especially in the recitation of lines in a drama.
    • any such thing light and downy, whose volume consists mostly of environment, such cotton fiber or down.
    • anything light and inconsequential; one thing not to ever be taken really; -- made use of generally of literary or remarkable productions, and often of individuals.
    • a blunder, particularly in the recitation of outlines in a drama.
    • anything light and inconsequential; something to not ever be used really; -- utilized generally of literary or dramatic productions, and sometimes of people.
    • Something light and inconsequential; something not to be taken seriously; -- utilized frequently of literary or remarkable productions, and sometimes of people.
    • A mistake, especially in the recitation of lines in a drama.
    • a blunder, especially in the recitation of lines in a drama.
    • a blunder, particularly in the recitation of outlines in a drama.
    • Light down or nap such as for instance increases from cotton fiber, bedrooms, etc., whenever agitated; flue.
    • Light down or nap such as for instance rises from cotton fiber, bedrooms, etc., when agitated; flue.
    • some thing downy or fluffy.
    • Light down or nap particularly increases from cotton fiber, bedrooms, etc., when agitated; flue.
    • Nap or down; flue[2]; smooth, downy feathers.
    • One thing downy or fluffy.
    • Light down or nap eg increases from cotton fiber, beds, etc., when agitated; flue.
    • Light down or nap such as for instance goes up from cotton, bedrooms, etc., when agitated; flue.
    • Light down or fuzz, as on a new bird or on a dandelion or milkweed seed.
    • Light down or nap such as increases from cotton fiber, beds, etc., whenever agitated; flue.
    • One thing downy or fluffy.
    • some thing downy or fluffy.
    • anything having a rather light, smooth, or frothy consistency or look: a fluff of meringue; a fluff of cloud.
    • anything downy or fluffy.
    • anything downy or fluffy.
    • Everything light and downy, whoever amount is made up mostly of atmosphere, such as cotton fiber or down.
    • A puff.
    • Something light and inconsequential; something never to be used seriously; -- utilized generally of literary or remarkable productions, and often of men and women.
    • One thing of small material or effect, particularly:
    • A puff.
    • A puff.
    • Light or superficial entertainment: the film ended up being yet another little fluff from Hollywood.
    • A slight explosion of gunpowder.
    • an error, particularly in the recitation of lines in a drama.
    • A puff.
    • A puff.
    • A puff.
    • A slight surge of gunpowder.
    • filled or padded product: The report had been mainly nonsense, with little new information.
    • hook surge of gunpowder.
    • The areas of a junked automobile that are not metal and cannot be recycled.
    • a small explosion of gunpowder.
    • Informal a mistake, especially in the delivery of lines, as by an actor or announcer.
    • any light downy product
    • hook explosion of gunpowder.
    • a small surge of gunpowder.
    • Light down or nap such as for instance rises from cotton fiber, beds, etc., whenever agitated; flue.
    • any light downy product
    • any light downy product
    • One thing downy or fluffy.
    • any light downy product
    • a blunder (especially an actor's forgetting the lines)
    • Light down or fuzz, as on a new bird or on a dandelion or milkweed seed.
    • some thing of little price or importance
    • any light downy product
    • a blunder (especially an actor's forgetting the lines)
    • any light downy material
    • Something having a really light, smooth, or frothy consistency or appearance: a fluff of meringue; a fluff of cloud.
    • A puff.
    • one thing of little value or significance
    • a blunder (especially an actor's forgetting the outlines)
    • a blunder (especially an actor's forgetting the lines)
    • A slight explosion of gunpowder.
    • some thing of small worth or importance
    • a blunder (especially an actor's forgetting the lines)
    • anything of small value or value
    • One thing of little material or effect, especially:
    • a blunder (especially an actor's forgetting the lines)
    • Light or shallow activity: The movie was just another bit of nonsense from Hollywood.
    • anything of small price or importance
    • something of small price or value
    • Inflated or cushioned product: The report was mainly fluff, with little to no new information.
    • any light downy material
    • The elements of a junked vehicle that aren't metal and cannot be recycled.
    • a blunder (especially an actor's forgetting the outlines)
    • some thing of little price or value
    • Light down or fuzz, as on a new bird or on a dandelion or milkweed seed.
    • casual one, especially in the distribution of lines, as by an actor or announcer.
    • One thing having a rather light, smooth, or frothy consistency or look: a fluff of meringue; a fluff of cloud.
    • anything of small compound or consequence, specially:
    • any such thing light, soft or fuzzy, especially fur, locks, feathers.
    • something inconsequential or superficial.
    • Lapse, especially a blunder in an actor’s outlines.
    • Light down or fuzz, as on a bird or on a dandelion or milkweed seed.
    • something light, soft or fuzzy, specifically fur, tresses, feathers.
    • A passive companion in a lesbian relationship.
    • Something having a really light, smooth, or frothy persistence or appearance: a fluff of meringue; a fluff of cloud.
    • something inconsequential or shallow.
    • some thing of small material or consequence, specially:
    • Light down or fuzz, as on a new bird or on a dandelion or milkweed seed.
    • Light or trivial enjoyment: the film ended up being merely another bit of fluff from Hollywood.
    • Lapse, particularly a mistake in an actor’s lines.
    • filled or cushioned material: The report had been mainly fluff, with little brand-new information.
    • One thing having a rather light, soft, or frothy consistency or appearance: a fluff of meringue; a fluff of cloud.
    • Light or superficial enjoyment: the film had been merely another little bit of fluff from Hollywood.
    • One thing of little substance or effect, specially:
    • The parts of a junked automobile that are not metal and should not be recycled.
    • A passive partner in a lesbian relationship.
    • Light or shallow enjoyment: The movie ended up being yet another little bit of fluff from Hollywood.
    • Informal a mistake, especially in the delivery of outlines, as by an actor or announcer.
    • filled or padded product: The report was mainly fluff, with little to no brand new information.
    • Nap or down; flue[2]; smooth, downy feathers.
    • The parts of a junked automobile that aren't metal and should not be recycled.
    • Anything light and downy, whose volume is made up mostly of environment, such cotton fiber or down.
    • casual one, especially in the distribution of lines, as by an actor or announcer.
    • One thing light and inconsequential; something not to ever be taken really; -- made use of generally of literary or dramatic productions, and often of individuals.
    • Nap or down; flue[2]; smooth, downy feathers.
    • Everything light and downy, whose volume consists mainly of air, including cotton fiber or down.
    • a blunder, especially in the recitation of outlines in a drama.
    • Something light and inconsequential; one thing not to be taken seriously; -- utilized commonly of literary or remarkable productions, and sometimes of individuals.
    • Anything light, smooth or fuzzy, specially fur, tresses, feathers.
    • any such thing inconsequential or trivial.
    • an error, especially in the recitation of outlines in a drama.
    • Lapse, especially a mistake in an actor’s lines.
    • filled or padded product: The report ended up being mainly nonsense, with little to no new information.
    • A passive partner in a lesbian commitment.
    • Light down or nap including rises from cotton fiber, bedrooms, etc., whenever agitated; flue.
    • The areas of a junked vehicle which are not metal and should not be recycled.
    • any such thing light, soft or fuzzy, particularly fur, tresses, feathers.
    • anything downy or fluffy.
    • casual An error, particularly in the delivery of outlines, as by an actor or announcer.
    • Everything inconsequential or trivial.
    • Lapse, especially a blunder in an actor’s outlines.
    • A passive lover in a lesbian commitment.
    • A puff.
    • Light down or nap including increases from cotton fiber, beds, etc., when agitated; flue.
    • a small explosion of gunpowder.
    • One thing downy or fluffy.
    • any light downy material
    • Nap or down; flue[2]; soft, downy feathers.
    • any such thing light and downy, whose volume is made up mainly of atmosphere, particularly cotton fiber or down.
    • Everything light, smooth or fuzzy, particularly fur, tresses, feathers.
    • a blunder (especially an actor's forgetting the lines)
    • One thing light and inconsequential; one thing to not be studied really; -- made use of frequently of literary or remarkable productions, and quite often of people.
    • any such thing inconsequential or shallow.
    • anything of small worth or relevance
    • an error, especially in the recitation of lines in a drama.
    • Lapse, especially a mistake in an actor’s lines.
    • Nap or down; flue[2]; smooth, downy feathers.
    • A puff.
    • such a thing light and downy, whose volume is made up mainly of environment, such as cotton or down.
    • A passive lover in a lesbian relationship.
    • A slight surge of gunpowder.
    • Something light and inconsequential; something not to ever be studied really; -- used generally of literary or dramatic productions, and often of individuals.
    • Light down or nap eg goes up from cotton, beds, etc., when agitated; flue.
    • some thing downy or fluffy.
    • any light downy material
    • A puff.
    • Nap or down; flue[2]; smooth, downy feathers.
    • a blunder (especially an actor's forgetting the lines)
    • some thing of small price or importance
    • something light and downy, whoever amount is made up mainly of air, particularly cotton or down.
    • anything light and inconsequential; one thing not to ever be studied really; -- made use of generally of literary or dramatic productions, and quite often of individuals.
    • a blunder, particularly in the recitation of outlines in a drama.
    • a blunder, especially in the recitation of lines in a drama.
    • a small explosion of gunpowder.
    • Light down or nap such as for example goes up from cotton fiber, bedrooms, etc., when agitated; flue.
    • One thing downy or fluffy.
    • any light downy product
    • a blunder (especially an actor's forgetting the lines)
    • A puff.
    • something of little value or relevance
    • hook explosion of gunpowder.
    • Light down or nap including rises from cotton fiber, bedrooms, etc., when agitated; flue.
    • any light downy product
    • Something downy or fluffy.
    • A puff.
    • a blunder (especially an actor's forgetting the outlines)
    • A slight surge of gunpowder.
    • something of small value or significance
    • any light downy product
    • a blunder (especially an actor's forgetting the outlines)
    • something of small price or relevance
  • verb-transitive:
    • to create fluffy: fluff a pillow; a squirrel fluffing out its end.
    • In order to make fluffy: fluff a pillow; a squirrel fluffing out its end.
    • Informal To ruin or mar by an error or blunder: They fluffed their particular opportunity to take part in the playoffs by dropping their particular final three games.
    • Informal To forget or botch (one's lines).
    • Informal To destroy or mar by a mistake or blunder: They fluffed their particular opportunity to take part in the playoffs by dropping their particular final three games.
    • to help make fluffy: fluff a pillow; a squirrel fluffing out its end.
    • to create fluffy: fluff a pillow; a squirrel fluffing out its end.
    • Informal To forget or botch (one's lines).
    • Informal To destroy or mar by an error or blunder: They fluffed their particular possiblity to participate in the playoffs by dropping their last three games.
    • Informal To ruin or mar by a blunder or blunder: They fluffed their possiblity to be involved in the playoffs by dropping their particular final three games.
    • to produce fluffy: nonsense a pillow; a squirrel fluffing out its tail.
    • Informal To ruin or mar by an error or blunder: They fluffed their particular opportunity to participate in the playoffs by dropping their last three games.
    • Informal To forget or botch (one's lines).
    • Informal To forget or botch (one's outlines).
    • to produce fluffy: fluff a pillow; a squirrel fluffing out its end.
    • Informal To forget or botch (one's lines).
    • To make fluffy: fluff a pillow; a squirrel fluffing out its tail.
    • Informal To ruin or mar by a mistake or blunder: They fluffed their particular opportunity to take part in the playoffs by losing their particular last three games.
    • Informal To destroy or mar by an error or blunder: They fluffed their particular chance to take part in the playoffs by losing their last three games.
    • Informal To forget or botch (one's outlines).
    • Informal To forget or botch (one's outlines).
    • to help make an error into the overall performance of; -- made use of mainly of outlines in a drama.
    • to create a blunder within the overall performance of; -- utilized mostly of lines in a drama.
    • which will make a blunder into the performance of; -- used mostly of outlines in a drama.
    • In order to make a blunder into the performance of; -- used mainly of outlines in a drama.
    • In order to make an error inside overall performance of; -- made use of mainly of lines in a drama.
    • to create a mistake into the overall performance of; -- made use of mostly of lines in a drama.
    • to help make a blunder within the overall performance of; -- utilized mainly of lines in a drama.
    • which will make fluffy: fluff a pillow; a squirrel fluffing out its tail.
    • Informal To destroy or mar by a mistake or blunder: They fluffed their particular opportunity to participate in the playoffs by dropping their particular last three games.
    • Informal To forget or botch (one's lines).
    • to help make fluffy: fluff a pillow; a squirrel fluffing out its end.
    • Informal To destroy or mar by a mistake or blunder: They fluffed their particular possiblity to be involved in the playoffs by losing their final three games.
    • Informal To forget or botch (one's outlines).
    • which will make fluffy: nonsense a pillow; a squirrel fluffing out its tail.
    • Informal To ruin or mar by a mistake or blunder: They fluffed their opportunity to take part in the playoffs by losing their final three games.
    • Informal To forget or botch (one's outlines).
    • In order to make fluffy: fluff a pillow; a squirrel fluffing out its end.
    • Informal To ruin or mar by a blunder or blunder: They fluffed their particular opportunity to participate in the playoffs by losing their final three games.
    • Informal To forget or botch (one's lines).
    • which will make an error in the overall performance of; -- used mostly of lines in a drama.
    • which will make fluffy: nonsense a pillow; a squirrel fluffing out its tail.
    • which will make a blunder in performance of; -- made use of mostly of lines in a drama.
    • Informal To ruin or mar by a blunder or blunder: They fluffed their particular opportunity to participate in the playoffs by losing their particular final three games.
    • Informal To forget or botch (one's lines).
    • to produce an error within the overall performance of; -- made use of mainly of outlines in a drama.
    • To make a mistake in performance of; -- used mainly of lines in a drama.
    • To make a blunder inside performance of; -- utilized mainly of lines in a drama.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • In order to become fluffy.
    • In order to become fluffy.
    • To become fluffy.
    • Informal to produce an error, specially to forget or botch your outlines.
    • to be fluffy.
    • Informal to create an error, especially to forget or botch an individual's outlines.
    • Informal to produce one, particularly to forget or botch an individual's outlines.
    • to be fluffy.
    • Informal to create one, specifically to forget or botch an individual's lines.
    • Informal In order to make an error, specifically to forget or botch one's outlines.
    • To become fluffy.
    • Informal to help make one, especially to forget or botch a person's outlines.
    • To become fluffy.
    • Informal which will make a mistake, especially to forget or botch your outlines.
    • In order to become fluffy.
    • Informal to produce a mistake, particularly to forget or botch an individual's outlines.
    • to be fluffy.
    • casual to create an error, specially to forget or botch a person's lines.
    • To become fluffy.
    • Informal which will make a mistake, specially to forget or botch a person's lines.
    • to be fluffy.
    • Informal to produce one, particularly to forget or botch a person's lines.
    • to be fluffy.
    • Informal to help make a mistake, especially to forget or botch an individual's outlines.
  • verb:
    • In order to make anything fluffy.
    • In order to make something fluffy.
    • which will make some thing fluffy.
    • In order to become fluffy.
    • To become fluffy.
    • To make anything fluffy.
    • to create a blunder in one’s outlines
    • To make a mistake in one’s outlines
    • In order to make one thing fluffy.
    • To become fluffy.
    • to-do improperly, for instance mishit, miskick, miscue an such like.
    • doing improperly, for example mishit, miskick, miscue etc.
    • To become fluffy.
    • to produce anything fluffy.
    • In order to become fluffy.
    • to create a mistake in one’s outlines
    • In order to make an error in one’s lines
    • To become fluffy.
    • In order to make a mistake in one’s outlines
    • doing improperly, like mishit, miskick, miscue an such like.
    • to create a mistake in one’s outlines
    • to complete improperly, like mishit, miskick, miscue an such like.
    • To do wrongly, for example mishit, miskick, miscue etc.
    • To do incorrectly, for example mishit, miskick, miscue an such like.
    • to create anything fluffy.
    • which will make or be fluffy; to go softly like fluff.
    • to create or be fluffy; to go softly like nonsense.
    • To become fluffy.
    • which will make or become fluffy; to go lightly like fluff.
    • To make a mistake in one’s lines
    • to help make or become fluffy; to go lightly like nonsense.
    • To make or come to be fluffy; to maneuver gently like fluff.
    • to produce or come to be fluffy; to maneuver gently like nonsense.
    • To do incorrectly, for example mishit, miskick, miscue etc.
    • to produce or come to be fluffy; to go softly like fluff.
    • ruffle (one's tresses) by combing the ends towards scalp, for the full impact
    • ruffle (one's tresses) by combing the stops towards scalp, for the full result
    • ruffle (one's hair) by combing the finishes to the head, for a full result
    • ruffle (one's tresses) by combing the finishes to the scalp, for the full effect
    • erect or nonsense up
    • erect or nonsense up
    • ruffle (one's locks) by combing the stops to the scalp, for a full impact
    • erect or fluff up
    • erect or nonsense up
    • ruffle (one's tresses) by combing the ends towards the scalp, for the full effect
    • erect or fluff up
    • make a mess of, destroy or destroy
    • erect or fluff up
    • make chaos of, destroy or destroy
    • make a mess of, destroy or ruin
    • ruffle (one's locks) by combing the stops towards scalp, for the full result
    • make in pretty bad shape of, destroy or destroy
    • make chaos of, destroy or ruin
    • erect or fluff up
    • make a mess of, destroy or destroy
    • make a mess of, destroy or ruin
    • In order to make something fluffy.
    • In order to become fluffy.
    • to create a mistake in one’s outlines
    • to create some thing fluffy.
    • to complete improperly, as an example mishit, miskick, miscue an such like.
    • To become fluffy.
    • to create a blunder in one’s outlines
    • To do wrongly, for example mishit, miskick, miscue etc.
    • In order to make or come to be fluffy; to go softly like fluff.
    • which will make one thing fluffy.
    • to help make or be fluffy; to maneuver softly like fluff.
    • In order to make some thing fluffy.
    • to be fluffy.
    • In order to make an error in one’s lines
    • To become fluffy.
    • doing incorrectly, for example mishit, miskick, miscue an such like.
    • to produce an error in one’s outlines
    • ruffle (one's hair) by combing the stops to the scalp, for a full impact
    • doing improperly, for instance mishit, miskick, miscue etc.
    • erect or nonsense up
    • To make or be fluffy; to move softly like fluff.
    • make a mess of, destroy or destroy
    • to create something fluffy.
    • To become fluffy.
    • ruffle (one's locks) by combing the stops to the scalp, for the full impact
    • which will make a mistake in one’s outlines
    • to accomplish incorrectly, like mishit, miskick, miscue etc.
    • erect or nonsense up
    • make chaos of, destroy or destroy
    • which will make or come to be fluffy; to maneuver lightly like fluff.
    • ruffle (one's locks) by combing the finishes to the scalp, for a full result
    • erect or nonsense up
    • In order to make or come to be fluffy; to go softly like fluff.
    • make chaos of, destroy or destroy
    • ruffle (one's locks) by combing the finishes towards the head, for the full effect
    • erect or fluff up
    • make a mess of, destroy or ruin
    • ruffle (one's locks) by combing the finishes to the head, for a full impact
    • erect or nonsense up
    • make a mess of, destroy or ruin
  • others:
    • to deal with with fluff or powder.
    • to deal with with nonsense or dust.
    • To treat with fluff or powder.
    • To treat with nonsense or dust.
    • to deal with with nonsense or powder.
    • To treat with nonsense or dust.
    • resulting in to puff.
    • resulting in to smoke.
    • To cause to smoke.
    • resulting in to puff.
    • To cause to smoke.
    • To cause to puff.
    • to take care of with nonsense or dust.
    • resulting in to smoke.
    • to deal with with fluff or powder.
    • To cause to puff.
    • to deal with with fluff or powder.
    • To cause to puff.
    • To treat with fluff or powder.
    • resulting in to smoke.
    • To treat with fluff or dust.
    • resulting in to smoke.
    • To treat with nonsense or powder.
    • To cause to puff.

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