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[fahy-ber-fil] /ˈfaɪ bərˌfɪl/
synthetic fibers, as polyester, used as a filling or insulating material for pillows, cushions, comforters, winter garments, etc.
Origin of fiberfill
1960-65, Americanism; fiber + fill Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for fiberfill
  • 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.
  • Five recycled plastic bottles make enough fiberfill to stuff a ski jacket.
  • Students may also glue fiberfill cloud wisps in the sky above the ocean and draw tiny sailboats on the water's surface.
  • Used plastic is currently used to make fiberfill and a variety of extruded products.
  • During cold weather polyester fiberfill was placed in each trap.
British Dictionary definitions for fiberfill


a synthetic fibre used as a filling for pillows, quilted materials, etc
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