Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In angling, the body of an artificial fly.
- v. present participle of duff.
“I blame people who move to Burton Bradstock when they should be 'duffing' in Barking.”
“So perhaps there won't be any need for "duffing" after all. ”
“duffing' silk handkerchiefs and cigars, and go about selling them for smuggled goods; or perhaps they will take to singing in the streets.”
“Speaking as a civvie, maybe some of the reasons for wanting to join the police are: driving around flashing your lights and making waa waa noises in a police car, duffing up the general public at demos, claiming large amounts on overtime and retiring at around what 45 on a generous pension. on February 12, 2010 at 5: 14 pm MPS Probie”
“Once retired you will find me at demos with dreads and beads dodging soap whilst waiting be be beaten up by the newer officers who I have trained on ‘duffing up’ duties and I shall then be claiming ££££s in compensation from ‘The Man’. on February 12, 2010 at 5: 50 pm Not Long Now”
“However, he made a complete hash of the par-four sixth, running up an ugly double-bogey after driving into the left rough and duffing his third shot from the right greenside bunker.”
“So did Margaret Thatcher until she got them exactly where she wanted to administer a duffing.”
“Having gone overnight from Vince Cable's ventriloquist dummy to saviour of the universe, the Cleggster – chief dude of the new politics – received the campaign equivalent of a duffing up behind the bike shed at the hands of the two head prefects.”
“Throw in a handful of shocking performances – his tree-knocking, chip-duffing, putt-missing efforts during the Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone in August spring to mind – and you have a portrait of a once great champion in decline.”
“The best thing about Chris Brown being arrested for allegedly duffing up Rihanna is that everybody has got an opinion on it.”
Looking for tweets for duffing.