- v. Simple past tense and past participle of spiff.
“A little more spiffed up firearms, like crossbows and rifles, those things.”
“What to do after hours in this southern Chinese city, which has spiffed itself up in recent years.”
“It closed last fall and now in its place is a resurrected version, spiffed-up and with an excellent cocktail list.”
“A camping area for young people and other visitors would be spiffed up with a kitchen, platform for tents, water heater and outhouse.”
“Google results pages will be spiffed up with more graphical images and more accessible filtering tools -- and look a lot more like Microsoft Bing results pages, search experts say.”
“It's the night before her 1,050th birthday, and the island's Mazu statues are getting spiffed up before her big day.”
“But this year's 47th edition, unspooling from September 25th to October 11th at a spiffed-up Alice Tully Hall, has engendered outright bursts of hostility.”
“They also treated DeLay and Armey to trips to the island, where they played golf, snorkled and made whirlwind visits to factories especially spiffed up for the occasion, according to several accounts.”
“The effectiveness of Barbour's hustle (and his deep Washington connections) is evident to anyone who drives across the Pearl River from the Mississippi Gulf Coast — spiffed up with shiny new commercial ports and open-for-business casinos — into the sad, stagnant desolation of Louisiana.”
“This collector's edition is a very modestly spiffed up version of the set that's been out for four years.”
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Euphemisms for drunkenness dating back to the 18th century.
Words having the letters in reverse alphabetically order. Only words of six or more letters are listed here. For alphabetical order see Alphaliterals. See uoiea and yuoiea for words and phrases wit...
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