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Oxford dictionary definition of the word fluff:
1 [mass noun] soft fibres from fabrics such as wool or cotton which accumulate in small light clumps:
he brushed his sleeve to remove the fluff
any soft downy substance, especially the fur or feathers of a young mammal or bird.
2entertainment or writing perceived as trivial or superficial:
the film is a piece of typical Hollywood fluff
3 informal a mistake made in speaking or playing music, or by an actor in delivering their lines.
1make (something) appear fuller and softer by shaking or brushing it:
I fluffed up the pillows
2 informal fail to perform or accomplish (something) successfully or well:
the extra fluffed his only line
late 18th century: probably a dialect alteration of 16th-century flue ‘down, nap, fluff’, apparently from Flemish vluwe