puffy

[puhf-ee]

Origin:
1590–1600; puff + -y1

puffily, adverb
puffiness, noun
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puffy (ˈpʌfɪ)
 
adj , puffier, puffiest
1.  short of breath
2.  swollen or bloated: a puffy face
3.  pompous or conceited
4.  blowing in gusts
 
puffily
 
adv
 
puffiness
 
n

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Example sentences
It looked as if she had had something done to her lips, which appeared puffy
  and swollen.
There are no rigid supports in these lightweight wind catchers, which resemble
  puffy parachutes and fold up for easy transport.
The crust is light, with a puffy edge and yeasty chew.
Nowadays, sugar is mixed with corn syrup to make the fluffy guts of these puffy
  poultry.
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