Guffed vs Huffed - What's the difference?

guffed | huffed |


As verbs the difference between guffed and huffed

is that guffed is (guff) while huffed is (huff).

guffed

English

Verb

(head)
  • (guff)

  • guff

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • (informal) Nonsensical talk or thinking.
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  • (informal) Superfluous information.
  • (informal) Insolent or otherwise unacceptable remarks.
  • Synonyms

    * (nonsensical talk or thinking) balls, bull, bulldust, bullshit, crap, nonsense, rubbish, tripe * (insolent or otherwise unacceptable remarks) brass neck, cheek, impudence, insolence, lip

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • (slang) To break wind.
  • (slang) To mislead.
  • * 1955 , edition, ISBN 0553249592, page 14:
  • "Let me see if I get you. You can't bear to help convict Ashe of murder because you doubt if he's guilty, so you're scooting. Right?"
    "That's close enough," Wolfe said.
    "Not close enough for me. If you expect me to"

    Synonyms

    * (break wind) See also * (mislead) To bullshit

    huffed

    English

    Verb

    (head)
  • (huff)

  • huff

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A heavy breath; a grunt or sigh.
  • With a huff , he lifted the box onto the back of the truck.
  • An expression of anger, annoyance, disgust, etc.
  • Freyja left in a huff .
  • (obsolete) A boaster; one swelled with a false sense of value or importance.
  • Lewd, shallow-brained huffs make atheism and contempt of religion the sole badge of wit. — South.

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • To breathe heavily.
  • The run left him huffing and puffing.
  • To inhale psychoactive inhalants.
  • To say in a huffy manner.
  • (draughts) To remove an opponent's piece as a forfeit for deliberately not taking a piece (often signalled by blowing on it).
  • To enlarge; to swell up.
  • Bread huffs .
  • To bluster or swell with anger, pride, or arrogance; to storm; to take offense.
  • * South
  • This senseless arrogant conceit of theirs made them huff at the doctrine of repentance.
  • To treat with insolence and arrogance; to chide or rebuke rudely; to hector; to bully.
  • * Echard
  • You must not presume to huff us.
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