Definition of Duffers

1. Noun. (plural of duffer) ¹



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Definition of Duffers

1. duffer [n] - See also: duffer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Duffers

duettino
duettinos
duettist
duettists
duetto
duettos
duetts
duff
duff up
duffed
duffel
duffel bag
duffel coat
duffels
duffer
duffers (current term)
duffest
duffing
duffings
duffle
duffle bag
duffle coat
duffles
duffs
dufftail
dufftails
duffy blood-group system
dufrenite
dufrenites
duftite

Literary usage of Duffers

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1. Golf: A Royal and Ancient Game by Robert Clark (1893)
"duffers YET A PARODY BY Two "LONG SPOONS" years of play together, After fair and stormy weather, After rounds of every green, From Westward Ho to Aberdeen— ..."

2. The story of the Australian bushrangers by George Boxall (1902)
"The New Bushranging Era; Fallacy of the Belief that Highwaymen Rob the Rich to Enrich the Poor; The Cattle duffers and Horse Planters; The Riot at the ..."

3. London labour and the London poor: Cyclopædia of the Condition and Earnings by Henry Mayhew (1861)
"There is a peculiar style among the " duffers ;" they never fold ... There arc other classes of" duffers" whose calling is ..."

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