Originally from the French meaning "bursting out." From the verb, pouffer: to burst out. In English it has become an expression of exasperation. "We're burst out of luck."

pronounced: POOF-ahhn
Person 1: The restaurant is closed.
Person 2: ohhhhhh, pouffant.
by rjones24 April 04, 2009

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