Definition of Buffier
1. buffy [adj] - See also: buffy
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Literary usage of Buffier
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Mental Science: A Compendium of Psychology, and the History of Philosophy by Alexander Bain (1870)
"From this it might be concluded that beauty is simply what we are most accustomed to, and therefore arbitrary —a conclusion that buffier does not dispute. ..."
2. Mind and Matter: Or Physiological Inquiries, in a Series of Essays, Intended by Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, Benjamin Brodie (1857)
"Primary Truths of buffier and Reid. IT was one or two days after the conversation which has been just recorded, that we found ourselves in the afternoon on ..."
3. Mental and Moral Science: A Compendium of Psychology and Ethics by Alexander Bain (1868)
"SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS, in his theory of beauty, has followed Fere buffier. The deformed is what is uncommon; beauty is what is above ' all singular forms, ..."
4. Psychological Inquiries: In a Series of Essays, Intended to Illustrate the by Benjamin Brodie (1856)
"Primary Truths of buffier and Reid. IT was one or two days after the conversation which has been just recorded, that we found ..."