huffiness


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huff·y

 (hŭf′ē)
adj. huff·i·er, huff·i·est
1. Easily offended; touchy.
2. Irritated or annoyed; indignant.
3. Arrogant; haughty.

huff′i·ly adv.
huff′i·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.huffiness - a passing state of anger and resentment
anger, ire, choler - a strong emotion; a feeling that is oriented toward some real or supposed grievance
Translations
تَجَهُّم، سُرْعَة الغَضَب
podrážděnost
mopsethed
sértõdöttség
móîgunargirni; fÿla
alınganlıkgücenme

huffiness

[ˈhʌfɪnɪs] Nmal humor m

huffiness

nBeleidigtsein nt; (= touchiness)Empfindlichkeit f; the huffiness in his voicesein beleidigter Ton

huffiness

[ˈhʌfɪnɪs] n (fam) → cattivo umore m

huff

(haf) : in(to) a huff
being or becoming silent because one is angry, displeased etc. He is in a huff; He went into a huff.
ˈhuffy adjective
1. in a huff.
2. easily offended, and likely to go into a huff.
ˈhuffily adverb
ˈhuffiness noun
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People on the right reminded the offended - sometimes with huffiness that didn't sound particularly Jesus-like - that the Founding Fathers were Christians and built the country on such ideals, so deal with it.
Don Huffiness, R-Dallas, who said Zaffirini's bill would help curb over-criminalization in the state.
The Dutchman couldn't have made his huffiness any more visible had he been caught at the controls of the aircraft which was hired to humiliate Moyes at his work.