Definition of Fuffed

1. Verb. (past of fuff) ¹



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Definition of Fuffed

1. fuff [v] - See also: fuff

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fuffed

fuelings
fuelled
fueller
fuellers
fuelless
fuelling
fuelling station
fuellings
fuels
fuelwood
fuelwoods
fuenzalidaite
fuero
fueros
fuff
fuffed (current term)
fuffier
fuffiest
fuffing
fuffs
fuffy
fufu
fug
fugacious
fugaciously
fugaciousness
fugacities
fugacity
fugacy
fugal

Literary usage of Fuffed

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1. Transactions of the Philological Society by Philological Society (Great Britain). (1867)
"Fuff, n. (1) a puff of wind. (2) A testy fit of anger, a pet. fuffed up, adj. swollen. Full, adv. quite, entirely ; as, " Fidi ripe," of corn, apples, etc. ..."

2. Scottish Poets in America: With Biographical and Critical Notices by John Dawson Ross (1889)
"The douce gudeman, tho' he was there, As weel micht be in Rome, For by the fire he fuffed his pipe, ..."

3. Scottish Song: Its Wealth, Wisdom, and Social Significance by John Stuart Blackie (1889)
"The douce gudeman, though he was there, As weel micht been in Rome, For by the fire he fuffed his pipe, And never fash'd his thoom ..."

4. Sabrina Warham: The Story of Her Youth by Laurence Housman (1904)
"... fuffed, and retired. The banging of the door recalled Sabrina to her senses. " Oh, Betty dear," she cried, all in a hurry, " come and say good night; ..."

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