Definition of huffiness in English:

huffiness

noun

  • See huffy

    • ‘But there were few instances of muted huffiness in the crowd.’
    • ‘I need not have concerned myself, they both returned home in good humour, there was little evidence of the usual huffiness and stand-offishness we are normally greeted with.’
    • ‘However, beyond his huffiness over having his ignorance pointed out, Tristan makes a good point as well: many if not all claims to the foreshore and seabed before our current state were in regards to fishing and collecting shellfish.’
    • ‘‘It's not just playing,’ says the kid with sudden huffiness.’

Pronunciation

huffiness

/ˈhʌfɪnəs/