Definition of Sluffed

1. Verb. (past of sluff) ¹



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Definition of Sluffed

1. sluff [v] - See also: sluff

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sluffed

sludgecore
sludged
sludged blood
sludgelike
sludges
sludgier
sludgiest
sludgily
sludging
sludgy
slue
slued
slueing
slues
sluff
sluffed (current term)
sluffing
sluffs
slug
slug-a-bed
slug away
slug line
slugabed
slugabeds
slugfest
slugfests
sluggard
sluggardize
sluggardized
sluggardizing

Literary usage of Sluffed

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1. The Dialect of Leeds and Its Neighbourhood: Illustrated by Conversations and by C. Clough Robinson (1862)
"... be " sluffed." " Doan't sluff that barn, ... sluffed." " Sluffing at it agean ! —gi'e her a smack, its awal her nasty bit o' temper. ..."

2. Songs of the Cattle Trail and Cow Camp by John Avery Lomax (1919)
"... the stem and threw their feet, And speared four-bits on which to eat; But deprived themselves of daily bread And sluffed their coin for " dago red. ..."

3. Notes on Formation and Organization of Business Corporations Under the Laws by James Stark Bennett, Trowbridge Hall, Georg Kaiser (1920)
"In panic the Indians sluffed off their conversion robes, lapsing back into old idolatrous practices. They prostrated themselves, turning to the four points ..."

4. Southern France Including Corsica: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1907)
"sluffed dates (Mattes farcies') are a .speciality of Montpellier. Baths. К. Durand, Rue de la Merci 2 (PI. ..."

5. The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray by William Makepeace Thackeray (1899)
"... and those old opera people, whose withered old carcases are sluffed with them f The 0'R. There was ..."

6. Homes and haunts of the most eminent British poets by William Howitt (1847)
"... the witches keep their sabbath here, and that once a year the devil treats them with infernal venison, a roasted tiger sluffed with tenpenny nails. ..."

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