white fluffy

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  • Before the seeds are scattered each head is like a round white fluffy ball. Cited from Wildflowers of the Farm, by Arthur Owens Cooke
  • They had a great big white fluffy dog with them who seemed very anxious to have a go at the Sahib. Cited from Across Coveted Lands, by Arnold Henry Savage Landor
  • Don't cry any more and we'll bury the little bird all done up in nice white fluffy cotton. Cited from Up the Hill and Over, by Isabel Ecclestone Mackay
  • All in a second, Florrie Dean flew past the girls, her white fluffy dress on fire. Cited from Holiday Stories for Young People, by Various
  • His other notable features are the white fluffy tufts of hair that wrap around his head in a male-pattern baldness style.
  • The white fluffy ball of the cat unrolled very slowly. Cited from Three Soldiers, by John Dos Passos
  • All over it was a white fluffy dust, like the flour of a new-baked loaf. Cited from The Last Galley, by Arthur Conan Doyle
  • Usually associated with fungal ulcer is hypopyon which is mostly white fluffy in appearance.
  • The woman pulled aside the white fluffy shawl; two soft clear brown eyes looked up at her, and a little mouth was curved to a radiant smile. Cited from Polly, by L. T. Meade
  • Soft gentle breezes wave the grass and sedge; White fluffy clouds pass overhead and roll. Cited from Clear Crystals, by Clara M. Beede
  • Grandfather, in his frock-coat and stock, his white fluffy hair flying, had been moving up and down the autographed parlors with his usual dominant charm. Cited from The Wishing-Ring Man, by Margaret Widdemer
  • The sac is plano-convex in shape, consisting of white fluffy silk, placed in a sheltered area such as under bark.
  • This was an enormous hat made of white fluffy felt, with vast contorted brims, and great blue velvet rosettes and streamers. Cited from Strangers at Lisconnel, by Barlow Jane
  • If, instead of being kept moist, the rich garden soil is left in a dry shed during the whole of the winter so that it gradually loses its moisture, it will generally show quite a lot of white fluffy growth. Cited from Lessons on Soil, by E. J. Russell
  • The damage is an oblong hole, surrounded by a white fluffy glaze (fungoid?), difficult to represent in a woodcut. Cited from The Enemies of Books, by William Blades
  • The morning sun casts purple in the fields, A mocking bird sings gaily in the oaks, White fluffy clouds rest in the murky sky. Cited from Some Broken Twigs, by Clara M. Beede
  • In only a few seconds they expand from thumb-sized semi-transparent chips to white fluffy crackers, much like popcorn, as water bound to the starch expands as it turns into steam.
  • Very soon they had crossed the Ashley River, and now the road ran between broad fields of cotton where negroes were already at work gathering the white fluffy crop which would be packed in bags and bales and shipped to many far distant ports. Cited from Yankee Girl at Fort Sumter, by Alice Turner Curtis
  • White Fluffy Clouds (ISBN 0974512001) is a book by Brandon Boyd, lead singer of the rock group Incubus.
  • Common questions usually involve worries about 'yellowing leaves' (Nitrogen deficiency) or 'funny white fluffy stuff' (mealybug).
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