Definition of 'miff'
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Some of the other contestants were a bit miffed with us. The Sun (2012)JAY-Z might have been a bit miffed to find the spare sheets on their bed when he got home from the studio. The Sun (2011)The Pakistan team was understandably miffed but played on. Times, Sunday Times (2006)England are slightly miffed that one boundary is only 48 yards away. The Sun (2009)They may be a bit miffed, but know you have their best interests at heart. The Sun (2015)Most employees get a bit miffed when the company chairman fails to mention them personally in his account of a record third quarter. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A lot of people were pretty miffed they missed out. The Sun (2011)I was a bit miffed by that. The Sun (2016)I think he was a bit miffed. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A bit miffed to be waiting in the rain. The Sun (2014)A quarter will feel miffed that little effort went into buying and a fifth will actually feel depressed. The Sun (2014)I was a little miffed that we'd had such a poor fishing day. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The restaurant in Miami was miffed, understandably. Times, Sunday Times (2014)If we just win Best Album we will be pretty miffed. The Sun (2009)But those with an eye on the economy would be forgiven if, this year, they felt a little miffed with their lot. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He was pretty miffed, I can tell you. The Sun (2015)I can possibly imagine him getting slightly miffed with a buggy - he is one of those nice dads you see around Blackheath. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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