miffed[ mift ]SEE DEFINITION OF miffed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MIFFED
"I just wish she were," I agreed dolefully; and if Nora didn't get miffed because we said that!
In simple terms, Joseph, you are miffed because I will not cover your bets.
Was he "miffed" because he had found Turpin in happy tte--tte with her?
Elizabeth Walbert was surprised and miffed because Dulcie had not confided in her.
It's all mother's doings, and Dolly's, because I miffed her old duke.
He swelled up, blowed and strutted about like a miffed gobbler in a barn yard!
He did know, but he was miffed to think he had missed a problem that Bertrand Ashe had been able to solve.
I declare I never in my life inserted a word between the columns of the Athenum: I feel huffed and miffed at the very supposition.
"The secretive creature did not even hint at such a thing," declared Louise, not very successfully pretending to be miffed.
It was hard for Malone to tell whether she was miffed by the mention of insanity, or at being left out.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR MIFFED
- in a tizzy
- put out
- worried stiff