But even if your older gentleman is still breathing, he may not be huffing along vigorously enough to keep you young.
He looked like such a fool, pointing and gesturing and huffing and puffing.
One wonders whether the government is huffing and puffing to cover up its own incompetence.
Many cheese makers think that the milk from an animal suffering from a garget may be the cause of the huffing of cheese.
Yes, sir: he scorned all Famagosta when he was in his huffing, and now he lies puffing for wind, they say they scorn him.
There is in "Titus" none of Kyd's "huffing, bragging, puft" language.
It was Sheriff Coogan, puffing and huffing, the metal-and-gold cloth uniform ludicrous on his lanky frame.
I have so lost them when I was half fit to keep them: they are sooner prevailed upon by courtesy than huffing.
huffing and snubbing, prey upon my feelings; but I can bear them without complaint.
He who will establish this proposition by authority and huffing discovers his reason to be very weak.
mid-15c., apparently imitative of exhaling. Extended sense of "bluster with indignation" is attested from 1590s. Related: Huffed; huffing. As a slang term for a type of narcotics abuse, by 1996. As a noun from 1590s; to leave in a huff is recorded from 1778. Popular terms for "strong beer or ale" noted from 1577 include huff cap as well as mad dog and dragon's milk.
To inhale glue, gasoline, or aerosol fumes for intoxicating effect: The deaths of three Wisconsin teenagers after they inhaled aerosol fumes to get high, the practice known as ''huffing'' (1980s+ Narcotics)