- v. Simple past tense and past participle of luff.
“He luffed us but da dawgs chaesd us, wich is wy we now liffs wiv da Blakc Cat.”
“But he luffed the boat less delicately, spilling the wind shamelessly from the sail so as to prolong the tack to the north shore.”
“An kitteh luffed teh ham scraps she fownd after dinner!”
“May have taut he waznt carred fur cuz he jus wander round deh ranch bai deh staybulls, but dey luffed him!”
“Darling du jour: the limbs sprung and swayed as if gravity luffed for a moment in the vicinity, and when they sagged again a patter of unripe olives struck the earthen deck.”
“My tarp shed off the Beast always flapped and luffed and I held it out with rocks, but theirs was staked out with little stakes.”
“I kept her off the wind and sailing free until I had the anchor catted and all square forward; then I came aft and luffed her for the open sea.”
“DK, teh oringinal nowncement wuz awn teh cheeztown cryer bak in Aprilz, Ambercat, SJMartoonie, Tidmum an Teh Angsty Wun r partisipatin inna 5km “run/walk/stagger” teehee, ai luffed taht in ayd uv cansur reeserch.”
“January 17, 2008 at 5:54 am goggie came 2 us as a puppee, an we luffed him an he fit rite in wit our fambly. we luffs our goggie.”
“I luffed it too, posted it befoar…just slice of my life, a good one!”
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