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poof·y 1

adj. poof·i·er, poof·i·est
Puffy, light, and having great volume or fullness: a poofy hairstyle.

[Probably alteration of pouffy (influenced by poof puffy).]

poof·y 2

adj. poof·i·er, poof·i·est Offensive Slang



[ˈpʊfɪ] ADJ (Brit) (pej) → de maricón


adj (+er) (Brit pej inf) → schwul (inf); clothes, colour, actortuntig (inf), → tuntenhaft (inf)
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