One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘It's covered in a felty, white fluff, and it's difficult to resist touching it.’
- ‘Because the fungus roots form a felty layer under the grass, the grass itself can't get the moisture it needs and the grass in the rings dies.’
- ‘Ring bowls or candles with individual leaves, alternating the glossy green tops and felty brown bottoms.’
- ‘She and I were taking a walk to the pond this morning when along the roadside I noticed a tree that still had some long felty pods hanging from it.’
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