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Meanwhile, Godzilla leaves Florida in a huff and makes his way to Hong Kong, on the way encountering King Kong, who is being transported to a Hollow Earth portal by boat.
Walking out in a huff would be rude, which is why you will be discovering unavoidable conflicts, for which you will apologize on your way out the door.
MISS MANNERS: GET OUT OF DODGE BEFORE THE ABUSIVE MOTHER-IN-LAW VISITSJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINFEBRUARY 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Their capital was limited and Mr. Young gave Mr. Huff his note for seven thousand dollars for a half interest in the business.
Oh, no, he went off in a terrible huff because the girls laid their plans before him and told him what they were going to do.
THE BEAUTYMRS. WILSON WOODROW
And the Colonel was so devoted to her, he might go off in a huff as poor Job Manning had done, and stand it out to the bitter end.
HUBERT'S WIFEMINNIE MARY LEE
He's gone off in a huff about something; never mind, luncheon comes up all the same.
THE RECTORMRS. (MARGARET) OLIPHANT
Patrick may perhaps fume and get into a huff about it, but who cares for Patrick?
He took himself off in a huff, leaving his mother dissolved in tears.
AVERILROSA NOUCHETTE CAREY
Jones didn't bring me home because I had words with him and walked away in a huff.
THE SCAPEGOATRICHARD MAPLES
Often when Hearn was offended by some observation, or a reprimand administered by the older man, he would "run away in a huff."
LAFCADIO HEARNNINA H. KENNARD

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