adjective, huff·i·er, huff·i·est.
Related formshuff·i·ly, adverbhuff·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for huffy
"I don't know any that is not respectable," the Major replied, in a huffy manner.The Golden House|Charles Dudley Warner
You see, Edvard gets so huffy if I'm not regular in my correspondence, and I haven't written to him for three days.Ragna|Anna Miller Costantini
Why I should have wanted him to get huffy over that letter is more than I can say.The Melting of Molly|Maria Thompson Daviess
And he got huffy, lay down in his den, and started sucking his paws.More Russian Picture Tales|Valery Carrick
She rises as she speaks, and takes a couple of huffy steps towards the house; but he overtakes and stops her.Alas!|Rhoda Broughton