buffaloed[ buhf-uh-loh ]SEE DEFINITION OF buffaloed
Synonyms for buffaloed
- at end of one's rope
- bummed out
- burned up
- hot and bothered
- on the warpath
- rubbed the wrong way
- steamed up
- up in arms
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUFFALOED
But you-all slapped down the stuff in a stampede, sartin you had him buffaloed.
And since you are so fond of frankness, I will say that I think that Seaton has you buffaloed, as you call it.
“You certainly had me buffaloed that day, all right,” went on Gunther.
When one is too great to be buffaloed he is free to the gun of any man he injures.
However, these which are reported over in this area have me buffaloed.
The Big Four had us bluffed, bulldozed, buffaloed, licked to a whisper.
Maybe my turn will come, too, if I don't get buffaloed and stampede.
He had his team so buffaloed that they obeyed every order, down to the most minute detail.
Felix said that Ruef would never go across the bay, as he had them all buffaloed.
His primary sources were the buffaloed plains and the Plains Indians, whom he knew intimately.