You need not have been so chuff in your manner just now, Keith.
When Pete was killed, chuff had to find someone else to do the job.
Clo guessed that at times there were things to hide, and then chuff would forget to leave that key for his friends!
I cannot see why she should be rude and chuff and disagreeable.
If she did the job at the Westmorland, it was to set him and her up in housekeeping, later on, well away from chuff and Co.
I pointed out to Spider, who was soon rampaging about him behind chuff's back, that he had nought to fear.
He had seen Jake again, who prophesied that chuff would not arrive before the afternoon.
He's sworn on his oath that chuff spends half his time along with you and the banns be called.
Later in the day the couple next door resigned themselves to the indefinite absence of chuff.
She had good reason to know, and that chuff had lent his telephone book to "Jake."
"pleased, happy," c.1860, British dialect, from obsolete chuff "swollen with fat" (1520s). A second British dialectal chuff has an opposite meaning, "displeased, gruff" (1832), from chuff "rude fellow," or, as Johnson has it, "a coarse, fat-headed, blunt clown" (mid-15c.), of unknown origin. Related: Chuffed.