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  • adj. superlative form of iffy: most iffy.


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  • This little item is the "iffiest" of the three, as it is NOT part of an official college curriculum, but it has the potential for the greatest return on investment $2,500 if I choose self-study or $4,500 if I choose to attend a class.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • Butelli has the toughest job, as he not only has to serve the director's iffiest concepts, but also play several supporting roles -- among them, an old lady friend of Anne's -- that draw a bit too much attention to themselves.

    Theater review: Folger Theatre's 'Henry VIII'

  • "Winter's Bone" -- This is the iffiest of the lot, but I am betting that there will be enough indie-movie supporters to win the votes this Ozark-Mountain odyssey needs to sneak into the final 10.

    Oscars 2011: Predicting the best director and best picture nominees

  • A safer bet is that the Cincinnati pitching staff will remain one of the iffiest around. - Bad April stats are often no more than bad luck

  • Less than a mile from our home stood the iffiest house I then knew, which I will here call Mountbracken, and there lived Sir W.E. Lady E. was my mother's first cousin and perhaps my mothers dearest friend, and it was no doubt for my mother's sake that she took upon herself the heroic work of civilising my brother and me.

    Surprised by Joy

  • Unfortunately, the Yankees have been left with their iffiest rotation in years after Pettitte called club owner Hal Steinbrenner with the news that he had decided to retire after 16 marvelous seasons.

  • Toy Story 3 (June 18): Oddly enough, this is the iffiest of the good/good options, now that Movie Blog

  • And, no surprise, the first in line for the mike were the incumbents facing the iffiest re-election prospects this year.

    NPR Topics: News

  • That and Ross 'elevation to the live-action studio's chairmanship indicates that the family entertainment conglomerate is less interested than ever in adult drama, the iffiest sector of the current movie business.

    Hispanic Business Magazine


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