fluffer

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From fluff +‎ -er.

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Noun[edit]

fluffer ‎(plural fluffers)

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  1. One who fluffs (in various senses).
    • 1993, Design (issues 533-539, page 38)
      Woe betide the camera-shy or the fluffers of lines.
    • 2009, Sunny Schwartz, Dreams from the Monster Factory
      To them, we were the dope-smuggling hippie liberals, the prisoner lovers, the pillow fluffers. To us, they were the sadistic, mean-spirited, right-wing thugs.
  2. (pornography) One who arouses male pornographic actors before filming.
  3. (Britain) One who is employed to clean the tracks in the tunnels of the London Underground.

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