Created in 1953 by Elsie Mills MBE, who worked on child safety initiatives at RoSPA, Tufty helped to communicate simple safety messages to children across the UK. In 1961, his influence was cemented through the formation of the Tufty Club â€“ a nationwide network of local road safety groups for children.
A short cluster of elongated strands, as of yarn, hair, or grass, attached at the base or growing close together. 2. A dense clump, especially of trees or bushes. v. tuftÂ·ed, tuftÂ·ing, tufts.
Historical Examples of tufty. What happiness to sit on this tufty knoll, and fill my basket with the blossoms! Our Village. Mary Russell Mitford. Yowler's feet are .
Definition of tufty –
English. Etymology. tuft + -y. Adjective. tufty (comparative tuftier, superlative tuftiest). Resembling or having the form of a tuft; growing in tufts.
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