adjective daf·fy \ˈda-fē\

: silly or strange often in a way that is funny


Full Definition of DAFFY

:  crazy, foolish
daf·fi·ly \ˈda-fə-lē\ adverb

Examples of DAFFY

  1. The actress is starring in a daffy new comedy this summer.
  2. The book is filled with daffy characters.

Origin of DAFFY

obsolete English daff, noun, fool
First Known Use: circa 1884

Rhymes with DAFFY


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