noun bof·fo·la \bä-ˈfō-lə\

Definition of BOFFOLA

:  boff

Examples of BOFFOLA

  1. <the audience could be heard chuckling throughout the play, but there were few theater-filling boffolas>
  2. <if that was the wannabe comic's best boffola, he'd be well-advised not to quit his day job>

Origin of BOFFOLA

irregular from boff
First Known Use: 1947


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