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- noun slang
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I keep them in the cupboard and can choof them off as soon as someone announces an anthology.
As the train begins to choof off, our musician, seated in the centre of the carriage, but roped off from any crazed fans, begins strumming his guitar.
Possibly he might have fancied that we had come by train, had not Ropes been starting the car at that moment, _en route_ for some resting-place masquerading as a garage; and the “choof, choof” of my Gloria came in through the open doors like a defiant laugh.
It's not ok for some bloke to have a choof, a bloke who's got nothing to do with us, having fun, minding his own business, harming no one other than himself, but you can come up with an excuse as to why you speed when you drive your car, putting not only yourself but others in danger. get a life you morons.
If they have given caufe for fuch a furmife, it was by choof - ing a reprefentative, who could entertain fuch an opinion of them.
wv: choof - the noise her foot's gonna make when it hits the ground.
There was no space for dwellers in these shadowed lanes to rush from their houses before our car, when warned by the “choof, choof” of the motor as we rattled over the “agony stones,” that something extraordinary was coming; but mothers shrieked for their offspring, while young girls hailed their friends to the free show; and men, women, and children jostled each other good-naturedly in every window and door as we approached, pouring out in our wake, though seemingly half afraid even then that the dragon might take to charging back upon them.