Examples from the Web for puffer
Asked what three items he still had to have in his suitcase, Zee said: “The boots, the puffer jacket, and a pair of solid jeans.”
"I don't know whether Professor Puffer will require my company or not," said Bernard, in a tone of hesitation.
"I believe you are deceiving me," said Professor Puffer angrily.
"Somehow that boy continually eludes me," muttered Puffer, as he walked disappointed away.
He was obliged to confess that Professor Puffer did not come up to his expectations.
One day, no Puffer returned to us; and in despair we gave away all our remaining pigeons.Live Toys|Emma Davenport
British Dictionary definitions for puffer
Word Origin and History for puffer
1620s, agent noun from puff (v.). As "one who praises or extols," from 1736. As a type of fish that inflates itself in defense, from 1814.