He kept this up so long that finally I got huffy and asked him what the trouble was.
They don't know what you mean, and they don't know whether to get huffy or not.
Thank God you're not the sort to get huffy about it, and want me dancing attendance on you.
And he got huffy, lay down in his den, and started sucking his paws.
She might get huffy, you know, when she finds out weve been meetin all the nice people and leavin her in the cold.
“You made him huffy by being suspicious,” said Ingleborough.
Now see here, young man, I won't have you speaking to me in that huffy way!
"I don't know any that is not respectable," the Major replied, in a huffy manner.
He was huffy in a moment; I never knew a man so touchy about an aunt.
"Oh, that is all very well," replied Everard, in rather a huffy voice.
Angry; petulant; irritable; in a huff: I didn't mean to get huffy (1848+)