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Synonyms for fluff


mess up


Synonyms for fluff

a minor mistake

Synonyms for fluff

any light downy material

Related Words

something of little value or significance

a blunder (especially an actor's forgetting the lines)

erect or fluff up

ruffle (one's hair) by combing the ends towards the scalp, for a full effect


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Hailing from Seattle, Cunio--who appeared in the cheesy Disney TV film Motocrossed as a dastardly, silly-accented Frenchman--admits he was vaguely familiar with the act of fluffing thanks to a drug-dealing neighbor who fluffed part-time.
Editor's note states that photos aren't used because "we believe most of our readers would feel cheated if we fluffed things up with images that can be found in conventional publications.
Those remarkable Humusite bacteria, in breaking down compost and soil minerals, had added oxygen to the soil and fluffed it up considerably in the process.
But after Nick Evans fluffed two kicks, a Felix Jones try kept Munster alive at the halfway stage.
Hamilton's fluffed spot-kick was followed by a late consolation for Norwich, scored by Keith O'Neill.