Neither author, for instance, subjected readers to puffed-up cartoon versions of themselves sporting a tricorn hat.
Wounded, bleeding, swollen with puffed-up sores, hope for no repose.
And that puffed-up humbug Atkins blowin' about his Christianity and all!
And yet she was never conceited or puffed-up, as some good-looking and accomplished people are apt to be.
Alas for Jack and his puffed-up pride which was doomed to a sudden fall!
He had the puffed-up air of a rich man knowing his own importance.
"I am afraid you will be some puffed-up youngsters in the morning," he said.
He wanted very much to tell Raymond that he was a little grouch and Weir that he looked like a puffed-up toad.
He was not afraid to defy the Rabbis, the learned, and the puffed-up.
"I like those ambitious girls who are not puffed-up with vanity," she said to Mr. Steele.