Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of biff.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Gloucestershire, who themselves cannot be discounted completely from promotion, used the conditions well enough for, with the biffing cross-breeze that can knock bowlers sideways in their delivery stride, bowling is not easy.

    Andrew Hall's contribution for Northamptonshire may not be enough

  • But Gloucestershire, with their happy century-maker, and some lower-order biffing were on top by stumps.

    Middlesex v Gloucestershire | County Championship match report

  • Then they went all Fight Club and started biffing each other in the face.

    Truth or Dare : Bev Vincent

  • Batsmen are now also governed to a great extent by their emotions – confidence is key and, unless you're biffing each and every delivery to the boundary, it will suffer.

    International Cricket 2010

  • Yet there is a groundswell of rebellion in their ranks against the policy of not having a referendum on the Treaty, some Lib ‘Dems’ having remembered, through a fog of Europhilia, that they have something called a conscience, so there would almost certainly be some rather fratricidal biffing going on.

    Archive 2008-02-03

  • Unfortunately, these monks had taken a vow of complete nonviolence, so biffing gangsters in the schnozz was out of the question.

    Jasper Dash and the Flame-Pits of Delaware

  • But human rights as a concept are most important in a civilized society and we must not let the important task of biffing Labour to conflict with the task of getting ourselves a first-class Bill of Rights of our own.

    A New British Bill Of Rights?

  • Farokh Engineer was a good enough player to represent the Rest of the World XIs against England and Australia in the early 1970s but he plays here as a batsman given every encouragement to chase the bowling with his muscular, biffing style.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • The thing is, biffing the Taleban is a public good.

    Afghanistan

  • Chris Paul "Leaving aside the party political biffing does the panel really think that guards or police should be agents of the press?"

    Labour MP: "F*** Off, You Should Know Who I Am

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