fuffy

fuffy

(ˈfʌfɪ)
adj, -fier or -fiest
soft; puffy(of a person) huffy; sensitive
References in classic literature ?
If you had done with Cuffy what you ought to have done when he first came into Parliament, and had prevented him from going over to Duffy, you would have got him into alliance with Fuffy, you would have had with you the weight attaching as a smart debater to Guffy, you would have brought to bear upon the elections the wealth of Huffy, you would have got in for three counties Juffy, Kuffy, and Luffy, and you would have strengthened your administration by the official knowledge and the business habits of Muffy.
School Chef of the Year 2009 finalist Ann Hanlon, centre, with Harry Fuffy, 11, and Aimee Flanagan, 11 Picture: ANDREW TEEBAY/at290109cchefs-4
A NIGHT ON THE TOWN: (Right, from left) Kerry Fuffy, Katy Slater, 'Jeebes' Pavel Pasik and Monty Kivell and (below, front from left) Emily Reynolds, Joanna Pritchard, Georgina Kivell (back, from left) Laura Tag, Katey Tree, Hannah Burrows and Nancy Wood all enjoying a night out at The Colosseum, in Coventry (bottom)
I attended the picnic given by the fabulous Fuffy (and her husband Michael) where, in traditional style, I swallowed copious amounts of champagne and first-class nosh.
When it comes to his programming choices, forget fuffy bunnies and saccharine squirrels -think testosterone-charged X-Men.