If a cloud contains more ice particles than water droplets (or all ice particles) it appear to have a "fluffy" edge to it (example: Cirrus clouds).
The wind blows the ice crystals giving a wispy, thin white appearance.
Clouds that contain mostly water droplets (example: Cumulus clouds) often have a very distinct edge.
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