puffed out; full, as some skirts, hair styles, etc.
Origin of bouffantFr, present participle of bouffer, to puff out; akin to Italian buffare, to blow with puffed cheeks, of echoic origin, originally
Puffed-out; full: bouffant sleeves.
A full, puffed-out hairstyle.
Origin of bouffantFrench, from present participle of bouffer, to puff up, from Old French.