- bedroom or private sitting room.
- (boo-FANH) [French: swelling] Puffed out or flaring, as a skirt. A hairstyle in which the hair is teased to form a puffed, rounded shape over the forehead and temples, or over the entire head.The role called for bleached-blonde bouffant hair and rhinestone-studded jeans.
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