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Usage examples of "whuff".
Cloud, venturing close to him again, spooked off with an angry whuff of breath, the wildness Cloud had before storms, deserting him as the other nighthorses, gathering here and there among the riders, shifted and snorted in the gathering dark.
The chestnut whuffed and sidestepped away from the road and into the stubbled grainfield, backing away from the hedgerow that seemed to start with the scrubby willows.
The preachers moved their mounts closer together, forcing Bixby to halt, and the roan shook his head and gave an irritated whuff.