The Islamic State will not be “crushed,” as John Kerry huffily put it in a recent tweet.
"Don't make fun of me," said Dawn huffily, blushing like noon.
I told him huffily that if that was all he could say I had better have kept the story to myself.
"I hain't put my good savin's into an ell jest to marry a comp'ny-keeper for mother," responded Cephas huffily.
"You need have no anxiety about the matter," said poor Dora hotly and huffily.
"Perhaps it was," replies he, huffily, turning away as they reach the wicket gate.
"I'm sorry you find the comparison so far-fetched," John said, huffily.
She retired to her bedroom, and he huffily went out to get a cigar.
“If you insist, there is nothing more to be said of course,” returned Mr. Saunderson, huffily.
"Well, I can't see what there is to laugh at," broke in Will, huffily.
Angry; petulant; irritable; in a huff: I didn't mean to get huffy (1848+)