huff[ huhf ]SEE DEFINITION OF huff
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HUFF
But he threw me off his shoulders in a huff, among the daisies and the cyclamens.
James left the kitchen in a huff to return to his duties in the breakfast-room.
And despite all apology and protest, he left the house in a huff.
Then, I left him, in a huff, declaring that he couldn't drive me away.
Percy slammed down the cover and tossed away the can in a huff.
Nan rushed off in a huff, and Annie walked slowly down the corridor.
Maggie resumed her work in a huff; Aileen smiled to herself.
The Solicitor-General resigned in a huff, and then withdrew his resignation.
You got in a huff about a lot of fool's talk on the course and turned it round upon me.
And Dame Emma flounced her skirts in a huff and turned her indoors.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR HUFF
- blow up
- cat fit
- hissy fit
- ill humor
- ill temper
- slow burn