- From Middle English slough ("skin, husk, rind; cocoon; scales; cyst"), akin to Middle High German slûch ("slough") (whence German Schlauch ("tube, hose")). (Wiktionary)
“After temperatures warm up a little, however, the snow will "sluff," or slide, down the front of the windshield, often in small slabs.”
“Some consider the downbeats of band the very beat to their hearts, while others are there treating it as a 'sluff' class.”
“I was able to sluff off all the crossovers and new series and turn it into a manageable pile of reading material.”
“She can be in control of her sexuality and sluff off the SLUT label that so many Latinas get, whether or not we're having sex.”
“Generally I just sluff it off but there were two instances that I really remember.”
“South gets a fourth chance: When East takes the king, he is end-played; he must lead a diamond from his queen or concede a ruff-sluff.”
“It's horrible and to just sluff it off is gd mind boggling.”
“The way she is trying to sluff off the fact that she didn't do her job in the senate and stop this horrible travesty speaks volumes.”
“So I wanted to share with you what little I was able to sluff off on others, as well as a few more to fill it out to actual make it a list.”
“And the US can not afford to simply sluff off any surviving US citizens.”
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