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- adj. Irritated, put out or annoyed.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of miff.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. aroused to impatience or anger
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I was, however, a little miffed from a Doctor Who Journey's End standpoint ... because here we visit some very familiar ground.
Thank you, I thought I was the only one who was miffed about this. (i use the word miffed to be polite, I'd love to use a few stronger ones)
That’s the story, not that registered Democrats like me remain miffed at Bush’s mistake.
In late breaking news, ABC reports (quoting People magazine) that Tiger's wife, Elin Norgreden, is so "miffed" by the Nike ad (her adjective, apparently is "cheesy") that it has pushed her the final step toward divorce.
He very well may be, and if he is in fact "miffed," Rendell is right; he should get over it.
He stuck his OWN foot in his OWN mouth numerous times during the primary and not wants to act "miffed" at Barack .... why - because if he acts hurt long enough, he is hoping that people are dumb enough to believe that he has a right to be mad ...
I'm betting "miffed" is mild, but it hardly matters.
Either way, it has now become true that Bill is "miffed," and there will be no changing that, ever.
I'd go to my grave "miffed" if I'd spent ten million dollars in a losing cause, too.
Either way, it has now become true that Bill is "miffed," and there will be no changing that, ever. print share
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