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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of boff.

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Examples

  • She was intimately acquainted with automobiles having boffed a number of dealers, mostly purveyors of high end-marques.

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  • We know what they did...as an affirmation of life they scurried to their bedroom and boffed in his honor.

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  • It's a medievalish kind of swearing, where you don't get boffed for blasphemy.

    Zounds!

  • Let the woman pass out from too much booze and then let everybody think they'd boffed her, when actually, they'd been perfect gentlemen.

    Undercover

  • We know what they did...as an affirmation of life they scurried to their bedroom and boffed in his honor.

    Kick Ass (2010)

  • But we'd have to ignore a bunch of stuff to go as far as suggest they hadn't boffed.

    Othello

  • Sexual jealousy he suspects Othello boffed his wife.

    Othello

  • It glistened like Kevin himself, buffed and boffed.

    Grace

  • I was using the example of a certain debate question that Gore just boffed -- it was a perfect opportunity for him to look strong and instead he looked weak and pandering.

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  • It glistened like Kevin himself, buffed and boffed.

    Grace

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