pfft


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pfft

 (ft, pft)
interj.
Used to express or indicate a usually sudden disappearance or ending.

pfft

(ft)
interj
a sound that indicates the sudden disappearance or cessation of something
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O-words containing prolonged segments (vowels and consonents) bah be bee beuh booff brr bzz coa crr grr kss kss llpp oooc oops pff pfft pffrut pffut pschhh pschitt tss vroutt APPENDIX TWO English onomatopoeia 2.
In the PFFT, predictor frequency changes are assumed to be partial changes caused directly by natural selection and fully described by the average excess in fitness.
Pfft, the badger blew drowsily on his reed until he started to drift off to sleep.
He strayed into showbiz, appearing on TV where he gave away prizes and moneys, but that too went pfft.
She makes her onerous situation increasingly miserable every time she lets her serial-polygamist ex-husband (John Estrada) come home when his fleeting trysts with other women go pfft.
Westminster's offer of new powers for Wales PFFT, more empty promises from the man who allows banks to continue making profit instead of paying back the public, and allowed IDS to waste PS180m on universal credit.
I'm just romping through the streets, just grabbing girls' heads, just like, head, pfft on the dick.
I wanted to design for more record labels, but all the labels I approached already had their own in-house designers, so I just thought, Pfft, I'll start my own
BOB: Doesn't matter that I Doesn't matter Anything else Anything that doesn't fit Pfft And Barb's Well I'm not I'm just caught.
According to BSP Deputy Governor Diwa Guinigundo, the purchase of gold by the BSP plummeted and the production of gold bars practically went pfft.
This fling went pfft before it could even explode into the stratosphere.