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The worthy baronet would have been a little huffed, but for the preoccupation of his mind with other matters, chiefly political.
NAME AND FAMEADELINE SERGEANT
Miss Douce huffed and snorted down her nostrils that quivered imperthnthn like a snout in quest.
ULYSSESJAMES JOYCE
So he huffed, and he puffed, and he puffed and he huffed, and at last he blew the house down and then ate up the little pig.
One is not in the habit of thinking of Wordsworth as capable of being ‘huffed,’ but the writer of the letters feared that he was.
THE BIBLIOTAPHLEON H. VINCENT
One day, when he was speaking upon the subject, I asked him if he ever huffed his wife about his dinner?
If the fox neglects to take when he has a chance, he is huffed, and one of the captured geese is restored to the board.
The usual way is to take the man of the player A who made the omission, and who was huffed, off the board.
MY BOOK OF INDOOR GAMESCLARENCE SQUAREMAN
They appear very good natured, although they huffed me twice at draughts.
The stringency endured some days, which time she huffed and he read Charles Darwin.
SKOOKUM CHUCK FABLESSKOOKUM CHUCK (PSEUD FOR R.D. CUMMING)
He complained, but the lady was insensible; he huffed and bounced, but was laughed to scorn.
THE MEMOIRS OF CARDINAL DE RETZ, COMPLETEJEAN FRANCOIS PAUL DE GONDI, CARDINAL DE RETZ

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