Definition of Puffiest

1. Adjective. (superlative of puffy) ¹



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Definition of Puffiest

1. puffy [adj] - See also: puffy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Puffiest

puffed rice
puffed up
puffed wheat
puffer
pufferbellies
pufferbelly
pufferfish
pufferfishes
pufferies
puffers
puffery
puffet
puffeth
puffets
puffier
puffiest (current term)
puffily
puffin
puffiness
puffinesses
puffinet
puffinets
puffing
puffing up
puffingly
puffings
puffinries
puffinry
puffins
puffs

Literary usage of Puffiest

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1. Modern Eloquence by Thomas Brackett Reed, Rossiter Johnson, Justin McCarthy, Albert Ellery Bergh (1900)
"... when in the solitude of his own room Tom releases his hands from the despotic gloves, and tenderly soothes two of the reddest, puffiest feet that ever ..."

2. Modern Eloquence by Thomas Brackett Reed, Rossiter Johnson, Justin McCarthy, Albert Ellery Bergh (1900)
"... when in the solitude of his own room Tom releases his hands from the despotic gloves, and tenderly soothes two of the reddest, puffiest feet that ever ..."

3. Werner's Readings and Recitations (1915)
"Since bags will go in almost any direction except in direction thrower intended, and as some of the puffiest ones are likely to blow back on their irate ..."

4. Wise, Witty, Eloquent Kings of the Platform and Pulpit: Biographies by Melville De Lancey Landon (1890)
"... and tenderly soothes two of the reddest, puffiest feet that ever crept out of boots not half their own size, and swore in mute but eloquent anatomical ..."

5. Phemie Frost's Experiences by Ann Sophia Stephens (1874)
"Two hours after lunch, the stranger asked the widow to ride out with him; which she did, in the puffiest and silkiest of dresses, ..."

6. Shakespeare : His Life, Art, and Characters: With an Historical Sketch of by Henry Norman Hudson (1902)
"The verse parts are in Greene's puffiest style, the prose parts in his filthiest. Greene probably wrote divers other plays, but none others have survived ..."

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