- v. Simple past tense and past participle of huff.
“Reading through the obnoxious comments and childish banter of a seeming pro-drug company to anything which suggests control of dangerous substances - illegal because they are dangerous - as a parent of a young person addicted for 17 years, my first reaction to the evident "huffed" attitude and pure polemic is that I am glad that there exists an anti-drug group in this country.”
“He tilted his head and "huffed" slightly through his oversized nostrils.”
“He remained silent and "huffed" for some days, but at last he took the Frenchman aside and made him a formal apology.”
“As for me, though I was meekness itself, taking the most obscure position I could find, and remaining as absolutely motionless as possible, they eyed me with suspicion; from the first they "huffed" at me, and at this point began to squawk the moment”
“She referred to one boy, for instance, who said he drank a sports drink whenever he "huffed" to wash away the harsh ingredients added to the aerosol, she said.”
“They're "huffed" or sniffed and can cause addiction or sudden death from cardiac arrest.”
“Hastings man allegedly 'huffed' while driving, slammed into tree”
“Ely, Minn., is at it again: It has sold naming rights to the IDQBWCAW Hastings man allegedly 'huffed' while driving, slammed into tree”
“Many men are now becoming reluctant to open doors for women because they merely get "huffed" at and pushed aside.”
“It's pretty amazing," said Daywalt, who said when he got too close the mother bear "huffed" at him and he backed off.”
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