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Adj. Floofy
V. Floofed, Floofing

A hybrid form of the words "Poofy" and "Fluffy." Like its derivative words, Floofy generally describes something --usually an inanimate object-- as being light and airy. It is commonly understood at something pleasant as it connotes thoughts of feathers, clouds, pillows, freshly washed bunny fur and other soft amiable objects.
Ex. I awoke from the most pleasant dream where I was resting in a massive, floofy field of marshmallows.

Ex. Her beautiful white dress was floofing with layers of lace beneath the sheer silky exterior.

Ex. In her 1989 prom photo, Darlene had her long, blonde hair floofed up in large, flowing curls.
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Adjective describing something that is fluffy and/or poofy, that is to say, extremely soft to the touch and lacking mass.
My bed's so floofy, it's like sleeping on a cloud.
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It's it a hybrid between 'Fluffy' and 'Poofy' So when something is 'floofy' it is big and fluffy.
''OMG! This cat is so floofy!''
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Very fluffy and soft in feeling, usually associated with freshly blow dried hair or fuzzy, fleece like materials.
My dog's fur was extremely floofy after being freshly washed.
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to be floofy is lame, silly, wishy washy, and otherwise irresposible and inconcrete.
ex. Floofy people wear uggs with those poofy skirts
ex 2. We have something totally floofy to do since there is a substitute teacher.
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