duff definition

  • noun:
    • A stiff flour pudding boiled in a cloth bag or steamed.
    • Decaying leaves and limbs covering a forest flooring.
    • Fine coal; slack.
    • Slang The buttocks.
    • Dough.
    • A stiff flour pudding, often with dried-fruit, boiled in a cloth bag, or steamed
    • Decaying vegetable matter on the woodland floor.
    • Coal dust.
    • The bits left into the bottom regarding the bag following the booty has-been eaten, like crumbs.
    • some thing spurious or phony; a counterfeit, a worthless thing.
    • An error.
    • The bottom.
    • Dough or paste.
    • A stiff flour pudding, boiled in a bag; -- a term made use of particularly by seamen.
    • the bottom.
    • Dough; paste of bread.
    • Nautical, a stiff flour pudding boiled in a bag or cloth: because, sailors' plum-duff.
    • Vegetable growth addressing forest-ground.
    • good coal.
    • a stiff flour pudding steamed or boiled frequently and containing e.g. currants and raisins and citron
    • A stiff flour pudding boiled in a cloth case or steamed.
    • rotting leaves and branches covering a forest flooring.
    • good coal; slack.
    • Slang The buttocks.
    • Dough.
    • A stiff flour pudding, frequently with dried fruit, boiled in a cloth case, or steamed
    • Decaying vegetable matter regarding the forest floor.
    • Coal dust.
    • The bits left inside base for the case after the booty happens to be eaten, like crumbs.
    • anything spurious or artificial; a counterfeit, a worthless thing.
    • a mistake.
    • The buttocks.
    • Dough or paste.
    • A stiff flour pudding, boiled in a bag; -- a term used specially by seamen.
    • the bottom.
    • Dough; paste of loaves of bread.
    • Nautical, a stiff flour pudding boiled in a bag or fabric: as, sailors' plum duff.
    • Vegetable growth addressing forest-ground.
    • good coal.
    • a stiff flour pudding steamed or boiled generally and containing e.g. currants and raisins and citron
  • adjective:
    • pointless; no longer working properly, faulty.
    • Worthless; no longer working precisely, defective.
  • verb:
    • To disguise one thing to really make it look brand-new.
    • To alter the branding of stolen cattle; to steal cattle.
    • to conquer (up).
    • To hit the floor behind the ball.
    • To disguise something to make it look brand new.
    • to change the branding of taken cattle; to take cattle.
    • To beat (up).
    • going to the bottom behind the baseball.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to take care of or manipulate so as to give a specious appearance to; to artificial; hence, to cheat.
    • In Australian Continent, to improve the brands on (cattle, ponies, etc.); to take (cattle, etc.), and alter their brands.
    • To treat or manipulate to be able to provide a specious appearance to; to artificial; thus, to cheat.
    • In Australia, to alter the brands on (cattle, ponies, etc.); to take (cattle, etc.), and change their particular companies.
  • others:
    • In tennis, to miss a stroke by hitting the bottom behind the baseball.
    • In tennis, to miss a stroke by striking the floor behind the baseball.

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