chuff


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Synonyms for chuff

an unrefined, rude person

Synonyms for chuff

blow hard and loudly

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"Laying the chuff," I am certain, will stand the test of time, drawing in new witnesses and surprising the old ones with how cleanly it evades redundancy.
He said: "She just shone out as brilliant even then, so we are chuffed to bits she's going to be joining us at Music Live."
"He seems like a good one and she's chuffed to bits with how things are going.
HOLLYWOOD actor Orlando Bloom said he felt "chuffed" as he received an honorary degree yesterday.
"Chuffed" Karl Jones, who has been in the trade for more than 33 years, said: "It's brilliant news.
CHUFFED: He resumed 5-4 behindy, but with Robertson along way short of his best Milkins was able to clinch a 10-8 victS ory.
Neil Burke of the Regional Youth Work Unit North East, the North East regional coordinator for somewhereto_ said: "We're really chuffed to be able to provide the space for the festival to kick off in Newcastle and even more excited to be announcing our somewhereto_ showcase slot.
Manager MikeWadden said he was chuffed with hisMacWhirter Welsh League Division Three team.
The boy, of Manchester, was "chuffed to bits" after his 16-year-old girlfriend gave birth to a baby girl this week.
The boy, from Manchester, was "chuffed to bits" after his 16-year-old girlfriend gave birth to a baby girl this week, a national newspaper said.
He said: 'I was chuffed to bits to get in the PFA team of the year.
The Atherstone ace shot a fou-under-par 66 in Holland yesterday and pronounced himself "chuffed to bits".
"I'm chuffed for the team, chuffed for my staff and chuffed for my players."
The Fly faces no such strictures, thank goodness, and he had an interesting tale to tell - of how Caborn chuffed and double-chuffed his way through an assault on the racing authorities for appearing to be no nearer coming up with an acceptable solution to the levy-replacement funding system than they were a couple of years ago.