fleecy

adjective
\ˈflē-sē \
fleecier; fleeciest

Definition of fleecy 

: covered with, made of, or resembling fleece a fleecy winter coat

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Examples of fleecy in a Sentence

there were signs of the family's fleecy poodle all over the upholstery

First Known Use of fleecy

1590, in the meaning defined above

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Dictionary Entries near fleecy

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The first known use of fleecy was in 1590

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fleecy

adjective
\ˈflē-sē \
fleecier; fleeciest

Kids Definition of fleecy

: covered with, made of, or similar to fleece a soft fleecy sweater fleecy clouds

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