Pronounced: KRAM-oy-zee (alt: kruh-MOY-zee), adj/noun
Notes: I don’t think I’ve run across this word
The word chuffed is British slang for “pleased or delighted”; oddly enough, it can also mean the opposite: “annoyed or displeased”
Our word came into English in the mid-1800s
Background / Comments
I’ve only heard this used for the first meaning (pleased/delighted). Our word comes from chuff (to please or delight), which comes from an obsolete meaning of chuff (a puffed out cheek).