Definitions

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  • adjective superlative form of daffy: most daffy.

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Examples

  • In reality, Mike Gravel will never win the Democratic nomination, and his daffiest proposals (the National Initiative and the abolition of the income tax in favor of a progressive sales tax) will never become policy.

    The Nation: Richard Kim for Mike Gravel: An inconvenient truth-teller.

  • Stick to business and it will be impossible for all but the daffiest of the moonstruck to misinterpret your lack of interest in pursing a romantic relationship.

    Warding Off Googoo Eyes

  • They fancy that Mexican immigration into the Southwest is "the return of the Indian Mexican to the land of his origins," which is the daffiest current Chicano propaganda.

    A Special Supplement: The Chicanos

  • I've been naughty,'' he confessed, flashing his daffiest Dudley Do-Right grin.

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • He could tell you all about one Professor Lamberti, a vaudeville and burlesque performer who did magic tricks in addition to being the "world's daffiest xylophonist."

    Boing Boing

  • Not just the daffiest of the girls, Rose is also the prettiest, and the combination gives her an aspect of Elsie the Cow.

    Slate Magazine

  • Zoroastrian daffiest doctrine is leaving corpses out for the vultures.

    Pharyngula

  • There's a hard-fought battle for "daffiest doctrine", though.

    Pharyngula

  • Zoroastrian daffiest doctrine is leaving corpses out for the vultures.

    Pharyngula

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