fiberfill

[fahy-ber-fil]
noun
synthetic fibers, as polyester, used as a filling or insulating material for pillows, cushions, comforters, winter garments, etc.

Origin:
1960–65, Americanism; fiber + fill

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fibrefill or (US) fiberfill (ˈfaɪbəˌfɪl)
 
n
a synthetic fibre used as a filling for pillows, quilted materials, etc
 
fiberfill or (US) fiberfill
 
n

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Example sentences
The factory is long and low and windowless, and bales of fiberfill hug the
  walls.
Five recycled soda bottles make enough fiberfill for one ski jacket.
The bag is manufactured with an exterior surface of nylon woven fabric with
  fiberfill padding and nylon lining.
Five recycled two-liter plastic bottles make enough fiberfill for a ski jacket.
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