Definition: (from dictionary.com)
1. like a clump or tuft of wool
2. covered with a soft, woolly substance
3. consisting of or containing loose woolly masses
5. chemistry. consisting of flocs and floccules
"Santa's beard is quite flocculent - perhaps he should use more conditioner."
"Looking out the window, Rudolph thought the snow looked flocculent in its consistency."
Origin: (from etymonline.com)"'resembling wool,' 1800, from Latin floccus 'lock of hair, flock of wool' + -ulent."
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