Example: "Standing in one corner…4'9", two inches with the pouf—Snooki Polizzi.
The smallest housemate's pouf is about as iconic as her orange skin, though she's decided to retire the former.
By the time he were half done with the job he would be a Villager himself and then—pouf!
She snapped her fingers, and gave the Zerv equivalent of "pouf."
They shuffle us, and deal us round where we can help 'em to rake in the most chips, and when they're done with us—pouf!
Her relatives joined the revolutionists, and pouf,—were blown out.
Pong, going through the motions of drawing a gun from his belt, and puffing out his cheeks, uttered an explosive "pouf!"
You throw your apron over your head so that you can't see, and pouf!
And when thou comest, well—one embraces—a little music—and then pouf!
The Emperor has gone to Metzeh piff, pouf, boum, where is your Bismarck then!
"style of elaborate female head-dress," 1817 (in reference to styles of c.1780), from French bouffer "to blow out, puff," probably of imitative origin. In dress-making, recorded from 1869; in reference to over-stuffed cushions, 1884. As a verb by 1882 (implied in pouffed).