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Synonyms for fluff

fuzz

mess up

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Synonyms for fluff

a minor mistake

Synonyms for fluff

any light downy material

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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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According to a report in Discovery News, a magnetic field may be helping the wispy Local Fluff to remain intact.
The style of the colored trim feathers varies by dancer; some dancers use hackles and marabou that are whip stitched to the tip of the pheasant feather, some people simply whip stitch the fluffs to the tip of the pheasant tail feather.
Instead, it will have the capacity to make up to 450,000 tons per year of primarily softwood pulp, used in tissue, towels, paper and packaging, as well as fluff pulp, used in diapers and personal hygiene products.
Fluff himself is doing a wonderful job in providing Sakeena with that special bit of company which she needed.
Wednesday, June 13 -- Beef stroganoff, green beans, Tater Tots, roll, chocolate fluff
Today, the production on the fluff pulp line is operating within normal ranges and producing fluff pulp per ISO 9001:2008 quality standards, allowing the company to fully optimise the product mix on the specialty line.
London, Apr 1 (ANI): A scientist has solved the 'mystery' behind belly button fluff after gazing at his own navel for three years!
A novel crammer feeder that is controlled not by speed but by torque is the only known device that can successfully feed blown film fluff into an extruder with a grooved-feed-throat, which up to now was thought impossible.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-25 March 2004-SCA acquires tissue and fluff operations of Carter Holt Harvey(C)1994-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
But doing so not only puts more dollars in the in-box, it also reduces the amount of shredder fluff that has to be landfilled at $25 to $60 per ton.
Products: World's leading producer of printing and writing papers; major producer of fluff, dissolving and paper pulp for international markets; also, containerboard and corrugated boxes; folding boxboard; and kraft paper and packaging.
VETERAN DJ Alan "Fluff" Freeman was saluted with a lifetime achievement honour and greeted with a standing ovation at the radio industry's most prestigious awards.
Volatile organic compounds, often blown in from distant lands, stick to snow's surface and gradually seep into water and soil as the white fluff melts.
International Paper (IP) will invest $135 million to expand fluff pulp production at its Riegelwood, NC, mill.
"However, if fluff is allowed to accumulate in the filter, near blocked vents, and at the rear of your dryer you increase the risk of this fluff catching fire from the heat created by the dryer."