There are 2 definitions of boofy in English:

boofy1

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Pronunciation: /ˈbuːfi
 
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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
More example sentences
  • She also loves her footy, and especially spending "time with the family in front of the tele, watching big, boofy blokes run around smacking into each other".
  • He was a 'boofy bloke,' a larrikin who liked a drink and a smoke, and was always in and out of hot water on the sheila front.
  • The problem was that I was a bit boofy, you know. I'm sort of blokey and I like to spend the weekends in front of the telly watching the footy.

Origin

1970s: from boofhead + -y1.

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There are 2 definitions of boofy in English:

boofy2

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adjective

Australian spelling of bouffy.

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Word of the day meretricious
Pronunciation: ˌmɛrɪˈtrɪʃəs
adjective
apparently attractive but having no real value...