: swollen in size : bloated
- … Hagrid gazed at him for a moment through his puffy, blackened eyes, apparently taken aback.
- —J. K. Rowling
- … who was … blind drunk, her voice slurry and her face puffy.
- —Edna O'Brien
- Fatty Hicks, the shrill and puffy son of Nat, flapped his hand at the beautiful stranger …
- —Sinclair Lewis
: having a puffed up form or appearance : soft, light, and fluffy
- It is very difficult to shake hands when you're wearing ski mittens. They're so puffy and fat it's like shaking hands with giant marshmallows.
- —Ann M. Martin
- Not far away is a Georgian bakery where we found long, puffy loaves of wonderfully crisp bread.
- —Jeffrey Steingarten
: blowing in puffs : gusty
: characterized by vanity or ostentation : pompous, showy
- All of my small, puffy pride at being the skipper of a tiny unit in a great nation victorious over the forces of evil seemed to blow away before the drunken racket of those three thousand men.
- —Louis Auchincloss
Symptoms include nausea and vomiting, muscle weakness, headache and disorientation, as well as bloating and puffiness in the face and fingers.