Definition of huffy in English:


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Pronunciation: /ˈhʌfi

adjective (huffier, huffiest)



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  • ‘I don't pretend to understand all of the complex parts of Christian theology,’ he retaliated rather huffily, ‘but I accept it.’
  • ‘Besides,’ he adds huffily, ‘I'm actually almost 50, and regard the description as most insulting.’
  • I let her out and she stalked off huffily into the garden just in time to say goodbye to Sal and Dan, who gave me a pretty carved elephant from their trip to India.


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  • However, beyond his huffiness over having his ignorance pointed out, Tristan makes a good point as well: many if not all claims to the foreshore and seabed before our current state were in regards to fishing and collecting shellfish.
  • I need not have concerned myself, they both returned home in good humour, there was little evidence of the usual huffiness and stand-offishness we are normally greeted with.
  • ‘It's not just playing,’ says the kid with sudden huffiness.

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