Definition of Pluffing
1. pluff [v] - See also: pluff
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pluffing
Literary usage of Pluffing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. America in France by Frederick Palmer (1918)
"... in some of our units mixed with the British and French long ago? asked bespectacled Germans in Switzerland who said that America was only " pluffing. ..."
2. America in France by Frederick Palmer (1918)
"... Germans in Switzerland who said that America was only " pluffing." But the French class of 1918, as I have noted, had a year of training before going ..."
3. Familiar Letters of Sir Walter Scott by Walter Scott, David Douglas (1894)
"... etc. etc. during about 3 hours' time; little cannons pluffing and the two bands lilting at different tunes almost always all the while. ..."
4. Tales and Sketches by James Hogg (1837)
"... but she does not like to pe pluffing and shooting through te podies of te poor helpless insignificant ..."