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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpuffedpuffed /pʌft/ adjective [not before noun]  British English informalBREATHE breathing quickly because you have been using a lot of energy I’m too puffed to dance anymore.
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puffedAnd he was ever so pleased - puffed and strutted like Joe Brown had a serious rival.Cook on full power for 6 minutes or until puffed and well-risen.He was a small man with a puffed chest and a jutting chin.Bake for 8 minutes until puffed, crisp and golden.You know the type, with their tight hose, protruding codpieces, puffed doublets and short cloaks.He told the Colonel his life story between puffed lips, chipped teeth, and the Colonel was amused.They wore pale lemon and green summer dresses with short puffed sleeves and a cross stitching of embroidery round their chests.
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