Definition of Tiffed

1. Verb. (past of tiff) ¹



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Definition of Tiffed

1. tiff [v] - See also: tiff

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tiffed

tierod
tierods
tiers
ties
tietac
tietack
tietacks
tietacs
tiettaite
tietze's syndrome
tiewig
tiewigs
tiff
tiffanies
tiffany
tiffed (current term)
tiffin
tiffined
tiffing
tiffings
tiffining
tiffins
tiffish
tiffs
tifo
tifosi
tifoso
tift
tifted
tifting

Literary usage of Tiffed

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1. An Elementary Grammar of the German Language: With Exercises, Readings by James Henry Worman (1895)
"... where t is dropped and C alone is used ; eg, liefe (instead of tiffie). In the Nom. and Ace. neut., a changes to C; egs tiffed* (instead of ..."

2. Publications by English Dialect Society (1879)
""You are tiffed out like Sunday." French aIi/e, comptus; Richelet. Tiffy, adj. out of temper, pettish. " Don't be tiffy, fair damsel. ..."

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