Definition of bouffy in English:

bouffy

Line breaks: bouffy
Pronunciation: /ˈbuːfi/

Entry from British & World English dictionary

(Australian also boofy)

adjective (bouffier, bouffiest)

informal
1(Of a person’s hair) standing out from the head in a rounded shape: a middle-aged woman with a slightly bouffy bob nowadays teenage surfer boys are all sporting boofy hair-dos
2(Of clothing) puffed out: she wore big boofy skirts and big hair and big accessories

Origin

1960s: from bouffant + -y1.

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