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Noun
Plural for a short, explosive burst of breath or wind
“For the first half-hour, it was hard to find a puff of wind to reach the windward mark, but gradually the wind picked up.”
Noun
Plural for a written review of something or someone, typically complimentary
“Both books had covers that carried enthusiastic puffs from big names.”
Noun
Plural for the act of advertising or exaggerating the value of something
“I will give you a thousand examples out of the sports pages that is salesman's puff.”
Noun
Plural for an act of drawing air in, especially from a pipe, cigarette, or cigar
“He took a long puff of his cigar then sighed, blowing a steady stream of smoke.”
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Plural for a bulge, typically of fabric gathered up so as to be left full in the middle
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“If you want a little more puff in the sleeve cap, feel free to add a little more length to the top.”
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(slang) Plural for the drug cannabis
“Have you got any puff we can smoke?”
Noun
Plural for a (heavy) breath or puff of air
Noun
Plural for development; accumulation
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Plural for thick bedcovering made of patches
Noun
Plural for a notice or announcement in a public medium promoting a product, service, or event or publicizing a job vacancy
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Plural for praise and honor received for an achievement
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Plural for a billowing mass of a gaseous or mistlike substance
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Plural for tobacco or other substances, in a thin roll wrapped with paper, intended to be smoked
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Plural for any soft downy substance, typically from soft fibers or hairs
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Plural for a rich, sweet dessert food, typically made of flour, sugar and eggs
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Plural for a light, hollow pastry typically filled with cream or custard
Noun
Plural for excessive, or extravagant, adoration
Verb
To blow or breathe in repeated short bursts or gasps of air
“I puff from exhaustion as I crouch lower and lower so my backpack doesn't get caught in vines and creepers.”
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To smoke a pipe, cigarette, or cigar
“Walter Hern began to puff hard at his pipe, and to stare more intently at the fire.”
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(puff up) To promote with exaggerated or false praise
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“The company tried hard in its press release to puff up the new products into something noteworthy.”
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(puff up) To praise or compliment, typically excessively or insincerely
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“To get on his good side, you'll need to puff up his ego and laugh at his horrible jokes.”
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To swell or distend
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“Leave plenty of room between them because the pastry will puff and expand.”
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To describe or express in too exaggerated terms
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To (excessively) talk up one's accomplishments, qualities, or possessions
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To blow upon, as with a fan or wings
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(with reference to a scent, sound, etc.) To pass or cause to pass gently through the air
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To blow in gusts
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Give a false or misleading account of the nature of
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(of a theory or suggestion) To put forward
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To help or give aid to
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