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boofy 1

Pronunciation: /ˈbuːfi/

Entry from British & World English dictionary

adjective (boofier, boofiest)

Australian informal
(Of a man) unreflective and physically well built or strong, in a way perceived as typically male: he was just a big, boofy bloke with a wide, cocksure grin
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  • The thread from these commentators was that a big boofy bloke, let alone a former political leader, couldn't chuck it in.
  • About ten years ago I was working at Metro Screen and this big boofy bloke came in and wanted someone to cut his show reel.
  • If six boofy blokes from the NSW construction industry can generate an inspirational initiative like this Pact, then the challenge is on for all unions.

Origin

1970s: from boofhead + -y1.

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boofy 2

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adjective

Australian spelling of bouffy.

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