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  • adjective comparative form of daffy: more daffy

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Examples

  • Carson's voice on the phone was preceded by that of a lawyer who asked if I would mind listening to Johnny while he spoke his piece, which sounds like even daffier a concept now than it did then.

    Nights with Johnny Carson: As long as it's been, we still long for them

  • But I think there's some problem with Mullah Omar, and the first part is that, first of all, there are a lot of reports that he's daffier than Rain Man and it could be kind of embarrassing when we catch him when we listen to him talk.

    CNN Transcript Jan 6, 2002

  • From there, Bachmann spent the week saying daffier and daffier things, like that Obama did not secretly supply Occupy Wall Street with bunker buster bombs the ACLU was running the CIA which is weird, because I'm pretty sure the ACLU doesn't approve of using drones to kill American citizens in Yemen without judicial oversight.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • is both daffier and more amiable than a Woody Allen film, but the sibling filmmakers Jesse Peretz directed and his sister Evgenia Peretz co-wrote the screenplay have concocted sort of a Ned and His Sisters.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • is both daffier and more amiable than a Woody Allen film, but the sibling filmmakers Jesse Peretz directed and his sister Evgenia Peretz co-wrote the screenplay have concocted sort of a Ned and His Sisters.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • Then just as that boob Wharton was getting daffier over her every day she gets her back up and the whole thing is cold. "

    The Auction Block

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