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characterized by an exaggerated show of dignity or self-importance

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being puffed out

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abnormally distended especially by fluids or gas

blowing in puffs or short intermittent blasts

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Table 1 Student explanations for their prediction of the quilt with the greatest area Quilt A Quilt B It was puffier.
Mom didn't look sick--more lined, puffier, but normal enough.
Eliza was laying on the floor completely uncomfortable and listless, and she was getting puffier by the hour.
Still looking like he's wearing a stocking over his face, he's even puffier and pudgier than ever.
One of the seemingly puffier assignments I received for the paper wound up forever changing my attitudes about computers and their influence on our society.
In the United States we call it putting a little yeast in the story yeast being the thing we put in bread so that it gets a little puffier.
MY VERDICT: Choose a super-light formula or a gel as thick creams can make your eyes even puffier and, when applying, tap a small bit round the orbital bone (don't take it right up under your bottom lashes).
Well, it looks puffier and puffier, but his vision is getting better and better," Scioscia said before Friday's game.
The apparent companion is similar in mass to the sun but slightly older and considerably puffier.
So why, she wondered, were her gums growing puffier and redder each day?
The speculation was reportedly based on an Instagram post by the singer where some fans started noticing Beyonce's lips appeared puffier than usual.
GLAMOROUS Kylie show off her curves BIKINI BEAUTY Kylie reckons she looks puffier - but looks amazing to us
However, the small potato dumplings could have been a tad lighter and puffier.
This resistance could have made the first clumps of matter that coalesced in the universe slightly puffier than they would be in the cold-dark-matter model, says Dalcanton.