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  • v. Present participle of goof.

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Examples

  • Let's see, I can spend the remainder of my morning doing the usual good goof-off stuff or I can try to fix my webpages. * sigh* The goofing is winning ...

    Oh damn, it's Friday already...

  • They can hush a student who is toying with the idea of goofing off with a sideways glance out of the corner of their eye.

    What box?

  • We sometimes play with the idea of goofing off somewhere and not answering the phone, but it's like denying the voice of God and bringing down a whole bloody mountainside of fire and brimstone.

    Northlight

  • Part of me thinks that they'll never be able to capture the magic of the original because there was no expectations for that movie and it was clear everyone was just kind of goofing off.

    Update From Will Ferrell and Adam McKay on Anchorman 2 « FirstShowing.net

  • HAMMER: That ` s a young Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney just kind of goofing around in the video for the 1983 smash hit "Say Say Say."

    CNN Transcript Jul 9, 2009

  • While I was at the bar getting a drink, she was kind of goofing around by dancing/posing for her friends, so I shot her a look.

    drbigbeef Diary Entry

  • ZOLECKI: The Phillies allow -- Phillies allowed their children, the players 'children in the clubhouse and Cory's child, son Christopher was often seen in the clubhouse, kind of goofing around with the other players' kids.

    CNN Transcript Oct 11, 2006

  • "They were kind of goofing around, back and forth," Tymkowych said.

    Greeley Tribune - Top Stories

  • Any kind of goofing off, such as when her Dad and brother walked like cats through the parking lot of Marco's Pizzeria, sends her into a red-faced tizzy (the boy's practicing for performances of the musical Cats at the Asheville Arts Center, so this wasn't as weird as it sounds.)

    News

  • It started in pregame warm-ups, kind of goofing around too much, laughing, playing around, shooting bad shots.

    chicagotribune.com - News

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