Mainly foxes, but used to describe any animal or object that is big and fluffy. Such examples include Pomeranians, Shiba Inus, Corgis, Maine Coons, Himalayans, male lions (mane), rabbits, chinchillas, afros, pillows, whipped cream, and others. It can also be used to substitute certain words in common phrases.
"That floof is so cute!" he said while staring at a red fox.
"How the floof did he manage to do that?!"
"What the floof?"
"Are you floofin' kidding me?!"
"Do you want to visit the fox village in Japan?" "Yes, I must hug every single floof there! ALL THE FLOOFS!"
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Floof (derived from "fluff") is an adjective used to describe a ridiculously fluffy object or an animal (usually a long-haired cat or an equally hairy dog).

It can also be used as a verb to "floof" someone, but this only applies to the furry fandom in which one furry uses his/her fur (in the case of a long-haired furry, again a canine or feline) to overwhelm his/her friend with fluffy fur.

It can also be used as a cute non-malicious scolding or a cheering word.

Alternate spellings: Floofzorz, fl00f, fl00fz0rz.
ad. My cat Jimmy is floofy.

v. I wanna floof you/I floofed Vincent yesterday.

In context of calling someone, "Oh you floof. ^^" or "It's to the far left you floof!".
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The purest of the pure form of fluff
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(noun form) 1. Something soft and fluffy to the touch
2. Anything adorable, loveable, or darling that inspires mushy feelings in someone.

(verb form) 1. To feel and/or express the mushy feelings inspired by something adorable, loveable, or darling.
(Noun form)
1. "The little chick's soft feathers were floofy and yellow."
2. "I saw them kissing yesterday- it was the best floof I've seen all week."

(Verb form)
1(a). "She's so cute when she talks like that! I'm floofing all over!"
1(b). "Something really romantic happened today- I'll floof about it to you later."
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The glorious hair style worn by Martin L. Gore in the 1980's.
Man, Martin's Floof is looking damn fine tonight.
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To restore to fullness by preening, combing, brushing, using fingers to rake, or some other form of physical manipulation.
Examples are: to floof up a flat spot in a friend's hair.
To floof a blanket or bed spread by giving it a few shakes.
To sock a flat pillow a few times to re-floof it.
To straighten the artificial branches on a Christmas tree during assembly, so that it resembles an actual tree and not a scraggly corn stalk thing.
To adjust one's breasts or genitalia when they are in uncomfortable confinement.
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A feline of supreme poufdom. The dense fur of this animal provokes immediate dissolution of internal malcontent. Humans who come into physical contact with a floof have reported feelings of giddiness and increased levels of serotonin. The likelihood of collapsing into a cooing life of feline subservience is all but guaranteed should the human provide the floof with face-to-belly osculation.
Awwwwww! Look at that squishy little floof! Master, let me feed you treats, kiss, kiss, Mmmmmm...
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