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down·y / ˈdounē/ • adj. (down·i·er , down·i·est ) covered with fine soft hair or feathers: the baby's downy cheek. ∎  filled with soft feathers: a downy pillow. ∎  soft and fluffy: pale downy hair. DERIVATIVES: down·i·ly / -nəlē/ adv. down·i·ness n.

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