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comparativeform of naff: more naff
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The fact that it's so much naffer than this one too, in which they've clearly just been caught snogging.
The nightclub next door is furnished on one side with naff black leather low-slung chairs and on the other side with even naffer white leather poofs.
I probably shouldn’t tell you that Frank’s surname is Stein because it makes the play sound a whole lot naffer than it actually is.