Definition of Daffing

1. daff [v] - See also: daff



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Daffing

daes
daeva
daevas
dafachronic
dafachronic acid
daff
daffadowndillies
daffadowndilly
daffed
daffier
daffies
daffiest
daffily
daffiness
daffinesses
daffing (current term)
daffings
daffish
daffock
daffodil
daffodil garlic
daffodils
daffodowndillies
daffodowndilly
daffs
daffy
daffynition
daffynitions
dafs
daft

Literary usage of Daffing

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1. The pirate. By the author of 'Waverley'. by Walter Scott (1826)
"A' weel, and weel to do—out»taken, it may be, something ower muckle daffing and laughing—dancing ilk night, they say, wi' the stranger captain that's living ..."

2. The Oxford Book of English Verse, 1250-1900 by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch (1908)
"... in the morning, nae blythe lads are scorning, Lasses are lonely and dowie and wae; Nae daffing, nae gabbing, but sighing and ..."

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