Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A swaggerer; a blusterer.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun A bully; a blusterer.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun A drug addict who gets a high by inhaling or sniffing intoxicating fumes, as in glue or aerosols.
  • noun A bully; a blusterer.

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Examples

  • Sprinting across the flight deck to Tomcat 202, Batman and Malibu saw that Chief Leyden already had the aircraft hooked up to external power cables and the "huffer," a small tractor that injected air through a hose directly into each engine's turbine fast enough to allow the engine to run on its own.

    Countdown

  • Look who came up with it. the original paint huffer, fake dr. khunt and his socialized college education

    Think Progress » Purported doctor on Texas A&M message board claims he ‘laid off my first Obama voting employee.’ (Updated)

  • I've been entertained for years by such wonderful characters as Cristy, the alcoholic/meth head/stripper/conspiracy theorist; Chad, the cyclist that turned to crack after getting kicked off the Olympic cycling team for calling Lance Armstong "a doughboy"; and, perhaps my favorite, Allison, the computer duster huffer who's also apparently a big fan of Katrina and The Waves.

    Mike Gellman: I Saw You on Intervention

  • I've been entertained for years by such wonderful characters as Cristy, the alcoholic/meth head/stripper/conspiracy theorist; Chad, the cyclist that turned to crack after getting kicked off the Olympic cycling team for calling Lance Armstong "a doughboy"; and, perhaps my favorite, Allison, the computer duster huffer who's also apparently a big fan of Katrina and The Waves.

    Mike Gellman: I Saw You on Intervention

  • I've been entertained for years by such wonderful characters as Cristy, the alcoholic/meth head/stripper/conspiracy theorist; Chad, the cyclist that turned to crack after getting kicked off the Olympic cycling team for calling Lance Armstong "a doughboy"; and, perhaps my favorite, Allison, the computer duster huffer who's also apparently a big fan of Katrina and The Waves.

    Mike Gellman: I Saw You on Intervention

  • More traditional addictions are portrayed on the show, like that of the huffer Theresa, a 44-year-old mother who stashes plastic bottles of gasoline around her house and puts her nose to them 120 times a day.

    There's Nothing Strange About an Addiction to My Strange Addiction

  • I've been entertained for years by such wonderful characters as Cristy, the alcoholic/meth head/stripper/conspiracy theorist; Chad, the cyclist that turned to crack after getting kicked off the Olympic cycling team for calling Lance Armstong "a doughboy"; and, perhaps my favorite, Allison, the computer duster huffer who's also apparently a big fan of Katrina and The Waves.

    Mike Gellman: I Saw You on Intervention

  • I've been entertained for years by such wonderful characters as Cristy, the alcoholic/meth head/stripper/conspiracy theorist; Chad, the cyclist that turned to crack after getting kicked off the Olympic cycling team for calling Lance Armstong "a doughboy"; and, perhaps my favorite, Allison, the computer duster huffer who's also apparently a big fan of Katrina and The Waves.

    Mike Gellman: I Saw You on Intervention

  • I've been entertained for years by such wonderful characters as Cristy, the alcoholic/meth head/stripper/conspiracy theorist; Chad, the cyclist that turned to crack after getting kicked off the Olympic cycling team for calling Lance Armstong "a doughboy"; and, perhaps my favorite, Allison, the computer duster huffer who's also apparently a big fan of Katrina and The Waves.

    Mike Gellman: I Saw You on Intervention

  • I've been entertained for years by such wonderful characters as Cristy, the alcoholic/meth head/stripper/conspiracy theorist; Chad, the cyclist that turned to crack after getting kicked off the Olympic cycling team for calling Lance Armstong "a doughboy"; and, perhaps my favorite, Allison, the computer duster huffer who's also apparently a big fan of Katrina and The Waves.

    Mike Gellman: I Saw You on Intervention

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