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What is another word for huff?

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Verb
To breathe out forcefully
“I shove my face deeper into the untidy pillows and huff loudly, my body feeling heavy and tired.”
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To talk or grumble, especially in a loud and aggressive way
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“They wouldn't dare approach her once she was engaged with talk to another person, though they would grumble and huff angrily about waiting their turn.”
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To breathe in (air, gas, smoke, etc.)
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To yell or shout loudly or angrily
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To bother or annoy someone
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To complain or protest strongly and persistently about
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Noun
A (heavy) breath or puff of air
“So, with a deep huff, she blew her hair off her forehead.”
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A grunt or grumble, typically to show disdain or disapproval
“With an angry huff, McNair turned away.”
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A public display of anger or annoyance
“When we came to a disagreement about a certain point in our discussions, she stormed out in a huff, leaving her room keys behind.”
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A feeling of resentment
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“For Glasgow, the forwards matched their opponents for much of the time and winger Jon Steel proved that he hasn't spent the summer in a huff after missing the Canada tour.”
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A state of being nervous, anxious, or irritated
“The doctor is in a bit of a huff about the patient's critical condition.”
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Loud, frustrated exhalation indicating annoyance or displeasure
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The quality of having an excessively high opinion of oneself or one's importance
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Noun
A temporary state of mind or feeling
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