puffy[ puhf-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF puffy
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He saw enormous stomachs, puffy thighs, and strong round arms.
He was a dumpy, puffy little Italian, and played the heavy father.
He laced the gloves back on them, over the purple, puffy knuckles.
It looked battered, puffy, and inflamed, as if he had been drinking and fighting.
A wheen blue an' puffy, but the pulse is better than I would have expeckit.
The gusts lop off puffy clouds of mist which dissipate in air.
The wind—westerly, off land—was too puffy for making the sheet fast.
The singer of patriotic songs is generally a stout and puffy man.
Each one was now tipped with a white ball, puffy, round and mysterious.
She is old, puffy, and red, and might have apoplexy any day.