Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as chuff.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The chuffer was the Rolls, a splendidly grand car that Daddy hardly ever used because he didn't think it had enough room for his legs.

    Farthing

  • It's a pejorative phrase, champagne socialist, and probably rightly – I can't drink champagne and I certainly hate chuffing socialism – but I also hate the idea of me being OK and some other chuffer being unable to feed their family.

    Bruce Robinson: 'I'm just going to take my liver for a wash'

  • She lead well in the state budget by generating a surplus which came about by vetoing a half billion dollars of wasteful spending, ending the abuses of earmark spending by congress, and by getting rid of the private jet, the chef, and the chuffer.

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  • "You mean we're going all the way to London in the chuffer?"

    Farthing

  • Lear, the old buffer, you wonder his daughters didn't treat him rougher, the old chough, the old chuffer!

    "When I Read Shakespeare"

  • Lear, the old buffer, you wonder his daughters didn't treat him rougher, the old chough, the old chuffer!

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  • The plutocrat has his chuffer, a minion of greed and pelf; the poor man must weep and suffer, and drive his own car himself.

    Rippling Rhymes

  • Tinka sat beside him in the car, with one hand on the steering-wheel, pretending to help him drive, and he shouted back to his wife, ` ` I'll bet the kid will be the best chuffer in the family!

    Babbitt

  • Tinka sat beside him in the car, with one hand on the steering-wheel, pretending to help him drive, and he shouted back to his wife, “I’ll bet the kid will be the best chuffer in the family!

    Chapter 25

  • Tinka sat beside him in the car, with one hand on the steering-wheel, pretending to help him drive, and he shouted back to his wife, “I’ll bet the kid will be the best chuffer in the family!

    Babbit

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