adjective, puff·i·er, puff·i·est.
Origin of puffy
Examples from the Web for puffy
As Driggs told me, zipping her puffy blue coat on the way out to lunch, “I always come out of these things energized.”
Do the puffy taco, but make it better, the way I remember it.
The puffy tacos, fajitas, and enchiladas at Bar Ama in Los Angeles.
Note to those from warm climes: Snowbanks are not puffy and cushiony.Note to Drivers: All Wheel Drive Does Not Give You Superpowers, Just a Dangerous Overconfidence|Megan McArdle|March 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The most popular request: “Please do a high coiffure—a puffy one.”Russian Politicians Flaunt '80s Style At The Kremlin|Anna Nemtsova|October 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
His face was fat and puffy, and exhibited an unparalleled self-sufficiency.The Talk of the Town, Volume 1 (of 2)|James Payn
Puffy did not pursue the subject and the chip on Skippy's shoulder remained unchallenged.Skippy Bedelle|Owen Johnson
Jasperson slammed down his glass and stood up, his face red and puffy.The Star Lord|Boyd Ellanby
Diantha set the plateful on the table, puffy, brown, and crisply crusted.What Diantha Did|Charlotte Perkins Gilman
His face was puffy, and evinced signs of what was even then called free living.The Talk of the Town, Volume 2 (of 2)|James Payn