Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of miff.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Scott Brown "miffing" Tea Party because he vote yes on extending unemployment benefits?

    The Teaser

  • Border Patrol enforcement practices common on the southern border, such as highway checkpoints, were implemented, miffing residents on the Olympic Peninsula, the area's congressman and local authorities.

    'Twilight' town death sparks Border Patrol debate

  • Border Patrol enforcement practices common on the southern border, such as highway checkpoints, were implemented, miffing residents on the Olympic Peninsula, the area's congressman and local authorities.

    'Twilight' town death sparks Border Patrol debate

  • It has been miffing people since the dawn of time.

    From the BSNYC Culture Desk: Nerds and Bikes

  • Who did a three-year-lease-and-share-of-prize-money deal with Gillon, thus miffing John Paul Jones, who had recently arrived fully expecting to take command of the ship himself.

    American Connections

  • Who did a three-year-lease-and-share-of-prize-money deal with Gillon, thus miffing John Paul Jones, who had recently arrived fully expecting to take command of the ship himself.

    American Connections

  • I was catching a taxi in no-man's land -- which is always a dangerous thing to do, even without miffing a powerful conglomeration.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • Fig.: "The miffing feast" (Vestalia), mural from Pompeji

    7. Profiles

  • We shan't be any nearer if we give mamma an opportunity of miffing away somewhere when we come.

    Somehow Good

  • Jeter skipped on the game in the aftermath of reaching 3,000 career hits, miffing MLB officials.

    chron.com Chronicle

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