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- (Australia, colloquial) Of hair, puffy, or having extra volume, not necessarily desired; having such hair; see bouffant.
- My hair was so boofy this morning it took 10 minutes of brushing to get it looking decent.
- 2004, Margaret Simons, Latham's World: The New Politics of the Outsiders, page 38,
- He appeared in person much as he did on television – big, boofy even when well groomed – like a version of Ginger Meggs grown up and gone into politics.
- 2005, John Harms, The Pearl: Steve Renouf's Story, page 81,
- Steve trotted onto the field: a young footballer with a boofy, 1980s haircut.
- 2010, James Dack, Stephen Dack, Larry Writer, Sunshine and Shadow: A Brothers' Story, unnumbered page,
- I'm smiling, my tie is askew, and I'm sporting a boofy big hairdo, like all the other kids in my class.
- (Australia, colloquial) Brawny, overtly masculine and rather dim-witted.
- Dave, the big boofy builder, finally solved the mouse problem the big boofy bloke way: by crushing it unceremoniously under his boot.
- 2006, Judy Hardy-Holden, Love in the Afternoon, page 58,
- My friend Sharn has a friend in her late 50s who is very keen to maintain sexual relations with her husband, a big boofy bloke, a mechanic by trade.
- 2011, Dave Graney, 1001 Australian Nights: A Memoir, page 116,
- Suddenly the carriage was full of boofy schoolboys all excitedly chesting and punching each other and stretching their limbs as they tried to sit still.
- 2011, John Sullivan, Firebug, page 72,
- She likes Doug Wright, believes behind the hard facade lives a warm, boofy bloke not unlike her Dave.