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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of goffer.


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  • Like so many of his Republican peers and some Democrats buddies they are cross dressing - acting as if they are for the people when in reality they goffers for the insurance industry and pharmaceutical giants. jane

    McConnell: Health care bill a 'legislative train wreck'

  • It could do anything but operate when the vehicle was moving, and someone was working on that feature, which would be the next major breakthrough, because then the mobile crews could work with little threat of interference from the goffers in whatever country they happened to be operating.

    The Bear and the Dragon

  • Provisions of various descriptions were to be purchased at every turn, and among their _marchands_, it was not incurious, to see some humble professors of gastronomy over smoking viands, fritters, and goffers or indented wafers baked on cast-iron stoves _à la minute_ -- it must be owned, unseasonable luxuries for a September day.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 12, No. 330, September 6, 1828

  • Yoohoo, rw, didja take them gooper-goffers’ money this morning?

    Firedoglake » Freaky


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