niffy


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Adj.1.niffy - (British informal) malodorous
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
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niffy

[ˈnɪfɪ] ADJ (Brit) → maloliente, apestoso

niffy

adj (+er) (Brit inf) → muffig (inf)
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A defensive mix up saw Niffy pull a goal back to put themselves in with a chance at 2-1.
The product is a niffy tool for checking wind and other conditions.
That's a niffy achievement for Osprey, which for a time appeared to be a dead duck.
Make your own way across the sands to Hilbre Island where the RSPB will be serving tea and cakes from 12-4pm and staffing the bird hide overlooking 'Niffy Bay'.
But for what it's worth I'll consult the entrails of my mystic hedgehog - found him in the middle of the road so last year's predictions were a bit flat - and although he's getting a bit niffy he'll have to do.
Once again, she had let Niffy talk her into another very tricky, highly risky piece of school sabotage.
The bouquet shows the terroir in a nice, niffy nose with a splodge of spice to complement the red fruits.
The former British No1 was asked if he had any gossip from the changing rooms and said: "Well, the Czechs are a bit niffy."
The fish I meant to cook two days ago is niffy now.
Dry cleaning, it appears, is a discretionary spend, with consumers preferring to go a bit niffy rather than fork out pounds 10 to have a suit cleaned.
Unless your little 'un has been whisked off to Abu Ghraib to face questioning regarding niffy nappies and a missing remote-control battery cover.