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  • adj. superlative form of naff: most naff.

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Examples

  • They are queueing, in fact, because they have been lied to, and it is the wickedest, and naffest, of lies.

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  • From the Barry Manilow snow globe and the Thatcher nutcracker to the swan pin cushion shoe, the naffest presents you won't want in your stocking this Christmas.

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  • I play the naffest musical instrument of them all.

    The Naffest Musical Instrument

  • How the headline act at his inauguration concert was the naffest of crooners Gilbert Montagne.

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  • He is blessed with unshakeable self-confidence, a sense of humour based on other people's failings, a loose grasp of the naffest kind of PR speak - 'My heart belongs to

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  • William & Kate the 'naffest royal film ever made' LONG before it has been seen by the public, William & Kate: The Movie has already been dubbed "the naffest royal movie ever made".

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  • Years from now, a Naffologist will do a study that concludes that this was NZ's naffest moment.

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  • It's when all the worst bands in Europe get together and see who can come up with the corniest, cheesiest, naffest, most annoying tune, and who can dress up in the most ridiculous costume and look the silliest dancing and prancing around on stage.

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  • What was the naffest night out imaginable has had a makeover and with the advent of slick joints offering private rooms and waitress service, people actually think karaoke is cool.

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  • Naff - Sum up Christmas in the naffest way possible!

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