(Of a dog) give a low suppressed bark.
- As he sat back, a large, softly furred head pushed onto his lap and wuffed softly in greeting.
- On the morning that this photo was taken though, I let the boys out the back only to hear Colin wuffing at something.
- They wuffed and wheezed and wagged and wiggled for us and then after a minute or two they sat their tired selves down and gazed at me and my camera.
Early 19th century: imitative.
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