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Definition of Huffy

Huffy
Huffy Huff"y, a. 1. Puffed up; as, huffy bread. 2. Characterized by arrogance or petulance; easily offended.

Meaning of Huffy from wikipedia

- The Huffy Corporation is a parent company and supplier of bicycles. It has its roots in 1887 when George P. Huffman purchased the Davis Sewing Machine...
- Skuffed Up My Huffy is an album by ****anther. It was released by Menlo Park Recordings in 2007. The album was also released on vinyl by Altin Village...
- was the precursor to the Huffman Manufacturing Company (later became the Huffy Corporation), a manufacturer of bicycles. Huffman was born September 6...
- Columbia, Huffy, Iverson, J. C. Penney, Malvern Star, Monark, Murray, Ross, Sears, and Vindec. In 1962 Peter Mole of John T Bill & Co contacted Huffy Corp...
- Christopher Bradleyguitar Dennis Bradley – b**** Justin Rousselledrums Huffy, Dave (2005-11-30). "Beneath the M****acre Interview". The Gauntlet. Retrieved...
- and approaching the officer. The mayor later described the officer as "huffy," and Officer Jason Lewis said the mayor came off as "arrogant." Before...
- Tim to "..make like Robin Williams and improvise" when he and Prin****l Huffy make a surprise evaluation of his Spanish lessons. Beaux also quotes from...
- commercials and magazine adverti****ts for L'Oreal hair-care, Disney Resort, Huffy bicycles, Ford cars, and Mattel toys. In 1996, Monroe made the transition...
- Hewlett-Packard 9100A Green Machine, a model of tricycle manufactured by Huffy Green Machine: the concept, design and development of a more environmentally...
- company, which competed with domestic bicycle manufacturers as Schwinn and Huffy, was widely noted for its pioneering marketing of mountain bikes. Ross...