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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of buff.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Clad in buff.
- Coated or covered with buff; having a buffy coat.
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Only person that can really pull the sickly thin to fairly buffed is Christian Bale.
Having recuperated from their spawn and buffed from a summer of feeding on crayfish, smallmouths kick off their annual bid to fatten up for the upcoming winter starvation and subsequent spring spawning.
We'll never get used to the idea of buffed-to-shine fingernails.
Roland was crouching in the trampled dirt of the trail, his bald head clenched in his hands like some kind of buffed fruit.
The piece took him two days but was "buffed" by Brisbane City Council's Graffiti Reduction
Because Hezb can sweep away the current "buffed" version of UNIFIL with the same ease that Egypt ordered UNEF to depart the Gaza-Israel border area in 1967.
But this nigga, sitting here all buffed up and sweaty, is making me horny.
With a buffed-up city centre dominated by a new Selfridges and Harvey Nichols, and a huge, half-finished housing development called New Islington, Manchester was probably the archetypal New Labour boomtown.
Technician removed some small dings for free as well as buffed and polished the entire hood, all in half an hour.
Walking through the aisles, all that buffed mahogany reminded me of Cold War-era Sunny von Bulow décor, in a good way.
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