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 (bĭf′ē) also biff (bĭf)
n. pl. bif·fies also biffs
A toilet or outhouse.

[Perhaps alteration of privy.]


n, pl -fies
US a toilet or outhouse


(ˈbɪf i)

n., pl. -fies. Chiefly Upper Midwest and Canadian Slang.
a toilet or privy.
Also, biff.
[orig. obscure]
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Regimental, from EP It's a Trap, is gruff but like Biffy has its quieter moments, like when Jordan sings in falsetto, "Little soldiers in a row".
And he said Biffy star, Simon Neil, had also said some kind words and got in touch.
And there was something in the mix for all, from the hardcore devotees to recent followers of the Biffy bandwagon.
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Awards with Bullet For My Valentine, Biffy Clyro and You Me At Six all beating off competition from their American rivals.
Attaching to most toilets in less than five minutes, the Biffy produces a fresh burst of water to a user's bottom, cleaning much more effectively than toilet paper alone.
UP-and-coming Scots rockers Biffy Clyro shocked fans at a secret gig when they revealed their warm-up act - Irish superstars U2.
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Hot on the heels of the release of their new EP Eradicate The Doubt, Scottish rockers Biffy Clyro return to Middlesbrough tomorrow with a show at the Empire's Play night.