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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhuffyhuff‧y /ˈhʌfi/ adjective informal  ANGRYin a bad mood (=the way that you feel), especially because someone has offended you Some customers get huffy when you ask them for their ID.huffily adverb
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huffyAs you would imagine, he was rather huffy!I told them the Dispatch was doing a feature on the hanging debate; unfortunately that made them even more huffy.The flouncy fish gets particularly huffy about serrated edges, which tear rather than slice through its delicate flesh.He could get quite huffy at all her complicated ways.I was surprised by how huffy he was.They couldn't answer and became huffy that we weren't satisfied with the good treatment we were receiving.He became huffy, then nervous.
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