bit of fluff


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bit of fluff

1. A physically attractive woman. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. Jack knew he was the envy of all of his friends as he paraded around town with his new bit of fluff.
2. A derogatory term used to describe a woman who lacks value beyond being physically attractive. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. I can't believe my ex-boyfriend went out with that bit of fluff!
See also: bit, fluff, of

bit of fluff (or skirt or stuff)

a woman regarded in sexual terms. British informal
1937 W. Somerset Maugham Theatre It was strangely flattering for a woman to be treated as a little bit of fluff that you just tumbled on to a bed.
See also: bit, fluff, of
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let "So being frightened of a bit of fluff does sound a little bit unusual to say the least and it must be a real temptation to reprimand her for being so silly.
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"If you trivialise the news decade after decade and if you turn news into entertainment, if you corrupt how people get information, if you have a cynical view where you can take a bit of fluff that's not true and you know it's not true but you can bang it out to make something that fits nicely on page five next to the ad for women's lingerie, if you start thinking like that, then sooner or later people are going to distrust what those sources all are," he says.