What is another word for puffing?

Pronunciation: [pˈʌfɪŋ] (IPA)

Puffing can be describe using various synonyms to express the same sentiment. Some of the synonyms for puffing are blowing, breathing, panting, huffing, exhaling, wheezing, respiration, and gasping. Each of these words represents the movement of air in and out of the lungs. Blowing and exhaling represent the flow of air outward while breathing and respiration imply a continuous exchange of gases. Panting, huffing, and gasping indicate labored or distressed breathing, while wheezing suggests a whistling sound accompanying breathing. These synonyms accurately describe the movement and sound of air in the respiratory system, allowing for a more diverse and descriptive language usage.

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What are the hypernyms for Puffing?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the hyponyms for Puffing?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.

Usage examples for Puffing

Anyhow," he went on, puffing at his pipe, "don't let us quarrel.
"The Rough Road"
William John Locke
He went on puffing so deliberately, with such leisurely enjoyment of the flavour of the smoke, that I expected to see him fall asleep; and my patience becoming exhausted I jumped up; but by this time his bowl held nothing but black ashes.
"The Frozen Pirate"
W. Clark Russell
Fenwick replied, puffing at it.
"Somehow Good"
William de Morgan

Famous quotes with Puffing

  • I would argue that television and particularly the BBC were instrumental in puffing up the Royal Family to a level where they were inflated out of all, all proportion to their relevance on the national scene.
    Andrew Morton
  • I want all hellions to quit puffing that hell fume in God's clean air.
    Carry Nation
  • So Anthony Burgess, contrary to popular mythology, was not after all a literary genius, a novelist of world-encompassing ambition, an essayist who assessed literary reputations with the final-word gravitas of a Recording Angel; nor was he a polymath and polyglot as we'd thought, a synthesiser of all mythologies, a walking compendium of modern thought, philosophy and theology, phrase and fable, a cigar-puffing, apoplectic Dr Johnson de nos jours, a monumental figure about whom it was said when he died in 1993, that (as Thackeray said about Swift) 'thinking of him is like thinking of an empire falling'. Nope, we were all wide of the mark. Don't you hate it when you get these things completely wrong?....Seen through [Lewis's] eyes, Burgess was a mendacious, drunken, impotent, vain, emotionless, puffed-up, talentless clown who neglected his first wife as she spiralled fatally into alcoholism, who lived abroad to avoid paying tax, and nursed a sentimental chip on his shoulder about not being sufficiently respected by the British establishment....In the presence of a genuinely great man, something odd happens to you - you feel older and wiser, worldlier and cleverer, and pleased with yourself just for being in his company....He was the sort of man who made you feel like cheering just because he existed, and there's nobody remotely like him around today. There are, unfortunately, more than enough Roger Lewises.
    Anthony Burgess
  • I was walking through Central Park, and I saw an old man smoking. Nothing makes a smoker happier than to see an old person smoking. This guy was , bent over a walker, puffing away. I'm like, "Duuude, you're my hero! Guy your age smoking, man, it's great." He goes, "What? I'm 28."
    Bill Hicks

Related words:

stop smoking, stop smoking tips, stop smoking with hypnosis

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