fluffy mass

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  • Three times out of five, the buyer's eye would single Lass from the rollicking and fluffy mass of puppyhood. Cited from Bruce, by Albert Payson Terhune
  • At her throat she wore a fluffy mass of crimson stuff which seemed to reflect a richer rose-flush in her cheeks. Cited from Flower of the North, by James Oliver Curwood
  • When Maria entered she threw with a quick motion the whole curly, fluffy mass over her face, which glowed through it with an intensity of shame. Cited from By the Light of the Soul, by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
  • Scramble them she did, and the pan seemed to grow fuller and fuller as she tossed the fluffy mass about with a fork. Cited from Georgina of the Rainbows,by Annie Fellows Johnston
  • To do this the fluffy mass, as it is taken from the bags or baskets in which it is carted from the field, is fed into a machine. Cited from Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue in the Sunny South, by Laura Lee Hope
  • A coquettish hat rested lightly upon a fluffy mass of golden brown hair, a dainty tailored suit fitted closely the rounded figure, and the face that looked out of the window was sweet and bright even in repose. Cited from Idle Hour Stories, by Eugenia Dunlap Potts
  • It was tangled together in a compact and fluffy mass, and so did not wander into the woman's eyes, which was a good thing and a great convenience, for bright eyes and unobstructed vision were required in those lively days. Cited from The Story of Ab, by Stanley Waterloo
  • This squeezed the big, fluffy mass of cotton into a bale, and iron straps, or wires, were put around the outside of the burlap bagging that kept the cotton clean. Cited from Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue in the Sunny South, by Laura Lee Hope
  • Maria took her arms out of the fluffy mass and stood revealed in her little, scantily trimmed underwaist, a small, childish figure, with the utmost delicacy of articulation as to shoulder-blades and neck. Cited from By the Light of the Soul, by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
  • "She's not one bit nasty!" flamed Dick, burying the grubby fingers of his right hand protectively in the fluffy mass of the puppy's half-grown ruff. Cited from Bruce, by Albert Payson Terhune
  • Then the shorter stick comes into play, picks the wool from the longer, throws it into the air, beats it this way and that, tosses it and catches it until every fibre is clear, when the fluffy mass is deftly cast aside. Cited from The Velvet Glove, by Henry Seton Merriman
  • Once, when Ann Mary was at her house, Loretta Adams had taken it upon herself to comb out the tight braids and set the hair flowing in a fluffy mass over the shoulders; but when Ann Mary came home her grandmother was properly indignant. Cited from Young Lucretia and Other Stories, by Mary E. Wilkins