Yesterday, the media were supposed to be focused on the stuffy royal luncheon at Buckingham Palace.
Performance artist Marina Abramovic turned a stuffy museum gala on its head with human centerpieces and a violent finale.
The ceremony is always too stuffy, unless it is way too silly.
The style is stuffy, the syntax is antique, and the conceit is never really convincing.
With a pop of color and fun print, this cotton pair is not at all stuffy.
It was stuffy and hot, but Yetta, in spite of her shawl and blanket, shivered when the intermission was over.
This evening they seemed to him intolerably confined and stuffy.
They were like a bath at the end of a hot night; like a country platform at the end of a stuffy railway journey.
The little rooms which Thyme entered were stuffy, clean, and neat.
It was to be judged that the stuffy air of the car made her dozy.
Tediously conventional; pompous and self-righteous: He was inclined to be a bit stuffy in sexual matters
[1895+; fr stuffy, ''stale, lacking freshness,'' influenced by stuffed shirt]