Definitions

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  • adj. Of hair, puffy, or having extra volume, not necessarily desired; having such hair; see bouffant.
  • adj. Brawny, overtly masculine and rather dim-witted.

Etymologies

From bouffant. (Wiktionary)
Possibly from or influenced by boofhead. This definition is lacking an etymology or has an incomplete etymology. You can help Wiktionary by giving it a proper etymology. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The Taliban want them to wear a burka and the Republicans want them to have boofy blond hairdos and more make-up than Tammy Faye Bakker.

    Matthew Yglesias » Meet The Tea Party

  • Birmo, Rhino, Murph and Flinty as the big boofy forwards,; Beeso, Paul Boylan, Doc Yob, Spynat in the second row, GC and Jen out on the wing, etc.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Burger Lite 23 April

  • 'There were white stripes on its chest and it had a boofy head with round ears and the side of the muzzle was white.'

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • May 28, 2008 at 3:52 am or maebee a rilly boofy ottoman….

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  • The pudding was really great though I burnt my fingers on the side of the pot putting the pudding in, 'cause there wasn't enough room for my big boofy man fingers, then the string pulled off when I tried to get my fingers out.

    At My Table

  • To reward this 'little' man (who is regarded by many with contempt) in this way would further tarnish the boofy image of British Royalty. worse than that David, it was suggest that he may take the place vacated by Hilary in the order of the garter, what would he use as his coat of arms?

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  • Just thank Him (God, that is) that we didn't get the boofy & blokey Joe Hoc

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  • And you suddenly realize that you feel a bit boofy because they’re way too sweet and greasy, and not only that, they have the same basic taste, even though they claim to have different flavors and frostings.

    Archive 2007-10-01

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  • Slang, with two definitions:
    1. Buffed, brawny (as in "boofy bloke")
    2. Bouffant (as in "big, boofy hair", or "big, boofy sleeve" for puffed sleeves)

    October 12, 2008