Definition of fluff:
impair, foil, cod, mess, muff, thwart, muck up, boast, swash, falter, tantalise, shove along, pleat, grope, slip-up, swagger, tease apart, mollycoddle, japery, harlequinade, bollocks, mishandle, float, flub, bluster, spoil, baffle, lapse, mismanage, drift, itch, clowning, go bad, rape, stutter, indulge, brag, blow, heat up, waste, badger, plunder, burn out, bilk, tease, taunt, rally, mess-up, squander, bollocks up, corrupt, riffle, bumble, shove off, bungle, cocker, beleaguer, foul-up, bug, cross, rag, buffoonery, tittup, be adrift, flick, vitiate, rumple, shoot a line, vaunt, shuffle, misconduct, fuck up, frippery, razz, cock, fumble, tout, bar billiards, scotch, correct, dust, hot up, undulate, fuzz, deflower, prank, tantalize, botch, mix, bollix up, coddle, card, ball up, loosen, frustrate, pester, suck, gas, fellate, frivolousness, bobble, mire, go down on, bait, bodge, louse up, screw up, lint, gasconade, fur, botch up, frivolity, sashay, strut, ruffle up, mud, despoil, bollix, ride, ruffle, ripple, stammer, twit, prance, baby, cosset, blow out, cockle, bagatelle, featherbed, violate, muck, pamper.
- "The Life of the Spider", J. Henri Fabre.
- "Ulysses", James Joyce.
- "The Portion of Labor", Mary E. Wilkins Freeman.