huffy


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

huffy

slang Annoyed or indignant, often with little provocation. Geez, if you say the slightest critical word to Alice, she gets all huffy!

huffy

mod. angry; haughty. Now, don’t get huffy. I said I was sorry, didn’t I?
References in periodicals archive ?
The Huffy Beach Cruiser is specially decorated with Panama Jack embellishments and detailing.
I just know that the Patriots were pretty huffy about Ray Lewis last year, so now maybe they should pipe down about players with records on other teams."
Huffy Corporation (USA) has more than a hundred years of experience in the bicycle business and its bicycles are hallmarks of innovative design, high-quality components, proven durability and time-tested performance.
Huffy again put Huddersfield in front which looked like bringing Dragons their first win, but Driffield levelled in the last minute of the game.
I used to get a bit huffy watching Belonging, where a few cast members spoke in "BBC Wales Valleys" rather than the authentic twang of we natives.
Bicycle Huffy Schwinn Roadmaster Mountain 3-speed 2.
Mariotti, an executive advisor and former head of such companies as Huffy and Rubbermaid, maintains that corporations are suffering from profit losses due to accounting systems that are much too complicated.
At the moment, mainly people who do remarkably stupid things and then get huffy when you try to stop them
It's time all three X Factor judges stopped behaving like huffy babies and just did what they're paid to do.
He spent seven years at Huffy, known for sporting goods and retail services.
that, among other aspects, extends NBA licenses for Spalding basketballs and Huffy and Spalding backboards.
The Finnish sports equipment and tobacco company Amer Group Plc said on Tuesday (2 December) that its winter sports division Atomic was acquiring the Volant ski brand from the US company Huffy Corporation.
Huffy Sports, Sussex, Wis., hits nothing but net with an impressive lineup that includes the No Tools Required portable basketball system ($95.99); S-Pole adjustable Cobra ($149.99); and, for those whose "game needs a little lift"--get it?--the 74209 Gas Assist ($499).
Menasha provides the design services, marketing support, display fabrication and printing for customers such as Rayovac, General Mills, Kimberly-Clark, Hershey Foods and Huffy Sports.