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  • adjective comparative form of spiffy: more spiffy

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Examples

  • Remember that the American carmaker responded to the threat of smaller, cheaper, better, more economical foreign cars in the 1970s by taking a long, hard look at its fleet of behemoths, nodding sagely, and then adding spiffier "landau roofs."

    Gene and the Machine: The shocking truth about the electric Volt

  • Â He stuck around, on the fringes of the Marvel Universe, until he got his even spiffier red and blue suit, and went through a period where he was bonded with Rick Jones (ala Billy Batson) and a cosmic re-imagining where his adventures were actually pretty damn good.

    Captain Marvel #3 (of 5) | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • I'm still chugging away at my SNES, Nintendo DS, and Playstation 2 as I daydream about these fancier, spiffier game machines and what they can offer me in terms of freedom.

    Top 10 Videogames Not Played in 2008

  • Official Google Blog: A speedier, spiffier beta for Google Chrome skip to main

    A speedier, spiffier beta for Google Chrome

  • Lawyers milled about, some not much spiffier than their clients; only Edie Dances attorney was in a suit that had been shaped by a tailor after purchase.

    Roadside Crosses

  • Much of Sinatra's recorded output for Reprise, spanning 1960-88, was out of print, and what was left desperately needed a sonic overhaul and spiffier packaging.

    Tony Sachs: Frank Sinatra on CD: Nothing But Nothing But The Best

  • All the Beatles 'studio albums plus two CDs of singles and non-album tracks will be given spiffier packaging, new liner notes, added video documentary material, and -- most importantly -- a sonic upgrade, the first in more than 20 years for much of this material.

    Tony Sachs: The Beatles Remastered: The Last Hurrah For CDs?

  • Lawyers milled about, some not much spiffier than their clients; only Edie Dances attorney was in a suit that had been shaped by a tailor after purchase.

    Roadside Crosses

  • And then there's that even spiffier ultra-evil base under the Arctic ice (a location only slightly less busy than Times Square in movies like this).

    Tom Engelhardt: The Long, Slow Death of American Triumphalism

  • Lawyers milled about, some not much spiffier than their clients; only Edie Dances attorney was in a suit that had been shaped by a tailor after purchase.

    Roadside Crosses

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