Meaning of huffer in English:

huffer

noun

See huff

‘As the parliamentary opposition falls apart, the extra-parliamentary one is being closed down with hardly a rumble of protest from the huffers and puffers who insist that civil liberties are Britain's gift to the world.’
  • ‘We were outside because we're nicotine huffers.’
  • ‘The big huffers and woofers come and go and the tidal changes they promise don't quite happen.’
  • ‘And Sam, a paint huffer, pot smoker, and pierced angry young man, is going to help him.’