from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A jiffy.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A jiffy; a moment; a short time.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To make a jest or laughing-stock of one.
- n. Short, for jiffy: as, he was off in a jiff.
"If Jif made toilet paper, I'd be on board in... well, in a jiff."
I currently have a half-dozen or so on hold, so depending upon how quickly I can get my hands on those titles, this reading challenge -- I've signed up to read twenty-five books -- such be a jiff.
The command (JFCOM, known to insiders as "jiff-com" or "jiffy-com") was originally the Atlantic Command (ACOM), which was itself renamed from U.S.
The Mighty Mendit can fix any of those problems in a jiff.
I suspect Patterson's seatmate at the time - Tim Sheldon - could clear up the matter in a jiff.
I'd vote for him in a jiff, and so would my über-Catlick mum.
The secretary and the jiff -- how likely are they to actually meet while they're all at Sharm-El-Sheikh in Egypt?
Homemade of course is best but La Salamandra Dulce De Leche (my favorite) -- can be purchased at Sur La Table, Chefshop. com and Williams Sonoma -- and Chimbote (second pick) -- available online and, in the Seattle area at Pasta & Co. -- can be, in a jiff, just as good.
Swedie an 'me'll join you in a jiff an' the whole bunch of us vamooses, see.
"We'll have you aboard the 'Seagull' in a jiff, and to-morrow you'll be as fit as a buck rat."