Duff

Layer of decaying forest litter consisting of organics such as needles, leaves, plant and tree materials covering the mineral soil. Duff can smolder for days after a fire. Extinguishing smoldering duff is key to successful mopup operations.
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duff

[n] - a stiff flour pudding steamed or boiled usually containing e.g. currents and citron
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Duff

• (n.) A stiff flour pudding, boiled in a bag; -- a term used especially by seamen; as, plum duff. • (n.) Dough or paste. • (v. t.) In Australia, to alter the brands on (cattle, horses, etc.); to steal (cattle, etc.), and alter their brands. • (v. t.) To treat or manipulate so as to give a specious appearance to; to fake; hence,...
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duff

<botany> The matted, partly decomposed, organic surface layer of forested soils. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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duff

plum duff noun a stiff flour pudding steamed or boiled usually and containing e.g. currants and raisins and citron
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Duff

[dessert] Duff is a Bahamian cuisine dessert dish made with fruit (especially guava) in a dough. Fruit is folded into the dough and boiled, then served with a sauce. Ingredients include fruit (especially guava), butter, sugar, eggs, nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, flour, rum, pepper, and baking powder. The dessert is often accompanied by switcha ...
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Duff

[Naval Acronyms and Slang] Meaning something is broken or malfunctioning â€` also “not accurate/wrong” â€` the opposite of “pukka gen”
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Duff

Duff (dŭf) noun [ From Middle English dagh . √67. See Dough .] 1. Dough or paste. [ Prov. Eng.] Halliwell. 2. A stiff flour pudding, boiled in a bag; -- a term used especially by seamen; as, plum duff .
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Duff

Duff transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Duffed ; present participle & verbal noun Duffing .] [ Etym. uncertain.] [ Colloq. or Slang] 1. To treat or manipulate so as to give a specious appearance to; to fake; hence, to ch...
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Duff

A matted layer of decaying organic plant matter (leaves, needles, etc.) of forested soils. It is highly absorbent and quickly erodes under traffic.
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Duff

Anything that is duff is useless, junk, trash. It usually means that the object doesn't do the job it was intended for. Our last Prime Minister was pretty duff!
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Duff

Duff is slang for backside, the buttocks.
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Duff

Duff was King of Scotland from 962 to 967.
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Duff

Fine small coal.
Found on http://www.welshcoalmines.co.uk/Glossary.htm

Duff

Layer of decaying forest litter consisting of organics such as needles, leaves, plant and tree materials covering the mineral soil. Duff can smolder for days after a fire. Extinguishing smoldering duff is key to successful mopup operations.
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Duff

nickname for class 47 locos. Often offends followers of this class.
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Duff

Organic matter in various stages of decomposition on the floor of the forest.
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duff

To mishit a shot by hitting the ground behind the ball and then top the ball.
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