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poof

UK slang term for a flagrantly gay man.
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The song revives the euphoric disco vibe of that era (minus the poufy hair and shoulder pads, of course).
As if on cue, Chopra -- who plays a cabaret dancer in Gunday -- walked in wearing a poufy white-and-black dress, sky-high heels and remarked: "Now you guys know what I had to deal with.
Bounding onstage in a poufy purple dress in Eduardo Vilaro's Asuka, raven-haired Ballet Hispanico dancer Kimberly Van Woesik radiates exuberance.
A poufy sleeved/nipped waist combo totally flatters you.
Another is a poufy newsboy style in maize-colored velour, purchased with baby-sitting money, which she holds up with a "I can't believe I ever bought that" expression.
The nipped jackets and poufy skirts were embellished with the sort of amoeba-shaped appliques in eyepopping shades last seen on the costumes of 1987 teen pop sensation Tiffany and worn with oversized plastic cubes or spheres in guise of hats.
I never dreamed of a big, poufy wedding dress, never wanted a sprawling buffet or an equally horrifying seven-tier wedding cake, and I definitely did not want the gushing bridesmaids.
The notoriously close reader is still dashing at seventy-two, with a dark but surprisingly soft gaze, eagle-ish features, and a mildly poufy white coif: a silver fox.
He got to the stage where he wouldn't sing harmonies because he thought it was too poufy - the sort of rubbish you got into a band to get away from.
And as it turned out, she outfitted most of the wedding party - the six flower girls, the matron-of-honor and ``best man'' (a woman), the ring bearer and, the piece de resistance, my creamy white, poufy wedding dress and matching veil.
But Zayan's piece de resistance was a three-tone dress with poufy shoulders, black at the back, pale nude on the front and decadent brocade on the side paired with a glorious belt.
It's why she doesn't wear poufy, Doris Day styles, opting instead for lean silhouettes, Scott explained, and she thinks most women operate the same way: Once they find a look they like, they stick with it.