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- n. The act of inhaling psychoactive inhalants.
- v. Present participle of huff.
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- n. an act of forcible exhalation
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Fred ♪ ♫ ♪ says: dbadass says: this one is a gas … as in huffing it?
There is no dismissive huffing from the big guys about blogs.
Many years ago, when I was building model airplanes with my cousin Bobby Siegmeister, we became happily cross-eyed from the smell of the glue; today, sniffing glue or aerosol gas, a dangerous activity, is known as huffing .
Then the Army determined Lockey died by "huffing" -- inhaling the contents of cans of Dust-Off, a product that uses compressed difluoroethane gas to remove dust.
Williamson County Assistant State's Attorney Ryan Hall said he sees the same handful of people being caught by police for what is known as "huffing" -- a practice in which products such as paint are inhaled.
Since I wasn't familiar with Marcotte or Brownfemipower, I wasn't sure what all the huffing was about -- a lot of the blogs I read were discussing it, but no one had gone into specifics.
Others don't like the idea of huffing and puffing in their sweats in front of a crowd.
He was found dead in June 2007 in what has been called a huffing accident by authorities.
The high from what's called huffing can be deadly.
There's also something called huffing, where they actually soak a rag and stick it in your mouth.
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