use puffed in a sentence.
A million readers just staightened their backs and puffed their chests.
It feels like this is an amalgamation half-accurate summaries from other articles cobbled together and puffed out.
If you read the article you'll see they were convicted of the "puffed up charges".
Lawks, it must suck to work in a factory where scented water is puffed onto doilies by baby deer with adorable eyes (I am guessing).
Very like svtble in that it's invariably a woolly Gladwell-style "thought piece" based on some flimsy anecdotal "data" and puffed through a lens of pure ego.
I'm not a regular smoker, but most of the cigars/cigarettes/pipes/hookahs I've puffed on in my life have been in a social context.
Did anyone else find the style of this article distractingly idiomatic and puffed up?
People who have survived all these years on pretty lines of bullshit and puffed up records will find the interview process harrowing.
Not saying it won't work, just saying that he seems like an outsider and so I'm going to be sceptical unless he demonstrates something a bit more substantial than a puffed up media piece.