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Synonyms: 1. Upset 2. Hurt 3. Wounded 4. Injured 5. Insulted 6. Aggrieved 7. Affronted 8. Pained 9. Displeased 10. Distressed 11. Disgruntled 12. Annoyed 13. Angered 14. Angry 15. Cross 16. Exasperated 17. Indignant 18. Irritated 19. Vexed 20. Piqued ...21. Irked 22. Stung 23. Galled 24. Nettled 25. Needled 26. Peeved 27. Ruffled 28. Resentful 29. Huffy 30. Vex 31. Riled 32. Miffed 33. Rattled 34. Aggravated 35. Narked 36. Eggy 37. Sore 38. Pleased See more »
1. snuffy definition is - quick to become annoyed or take offense. Time Traveler for snuffy. The first known use of snuffy was in 1678. See more words from the same year
2. snuffy definition is - quick to become annoyed or take offense. Time Traveler for snuffy. The first known use of snuffy was in 1678. See more words from the same year: 3. snuffy definition: adjective snuff′i·er, snuff′i·est 1. like snuff, as in color or texture 2. having the habit of taking snuff 3. soiled with snuff 4. disagreeable
3. snuffy definition, resembling snuff. See more. Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1979, 1986
4. snuffy is a simple command line tool to inspect SSL/TLS connections. It currently supports OpenSSL and NSS. For background info see the blog post https:///posts/intercepting-zoom-tls-encryption-bpf-uprobes.
5. The term 'Airman Snuffy' has been a part of traditional jargon used by Military Training Instructors to describe bad troops on the verge of trouble, but many people don't know that Airman snuffy actually existed--and he was the first enlisted member to receive the Medal of Honor.
6. Aloysius Snuffleupagus (/ ˌsnʌfəlˈʌpəɡəs /), more commonly known as Mr. Snuffleupagus, Snuffleupagus or snuffy for short, is one of the characters on Sesame Street, an educational television program for young children.
7. But revealing that snuffy was real, and not a resident of Big Bird’s imagination, would require some careful planning to make sure the message was clear. The show asked childhood development
8. Books that focus on snuffy include: Don't Be Shy (1987) Meet Mr. Snuffle-upagus (1988) The Day snuffy Had the Sniffles (1988) Bert and the Magic Lamp (1989): "Life-Styles of the Large and Furry" See You Later, Mashed Potater! (1990)
9. Define snuffy. snuffy synonyms, snuffy pronunciation, snuffy translation, English dictionary definition of snuffy. adj , snuffier or snuffiest 1. of, relating to, or resembling snuff 2. covered with or smelling of snuff 3. unpleasant; disagreeable ˈsnuffiness n Collins
10. All Snuffy's dining rooms are now open up to 50% capacity! We will be doing "walk-in reservations" on a first come, first serve basis per our usual business practice. Curbside pick-up and payment over the phone is still available at our Bloomington store. Just call to place order per usual and request curbside pickup.
11. Webster Dictionary (0.00 / 0 votes)Rate this definition: snuffy (adj) soiled with snuff snuffy (adj) sulky; angry; vexed
12. I use a snuffy 3/4" bridge on my OME Columbine. I used it for years then for awhile tried an Emerson Power Bridge II. The Emerson was good and gave me good volume and clarity, but I think my snuffy does all that and gives me better "low end" and makes my Columbine more---well--more "bluegrassy".
13. The video then shows the horrified reactions and chaos among the onlookers at the calamity befalling Snuffy’s “triumphant return to the sea,” cutting back from the on-scene reporter to the

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