noun skif·fle \ˈski-fəl\

Definition of SKIFFLE

:  American jazz or folk music played entirely or in part on nonstandard instruments (as jugs, washboards, or Jew's harps); also :  a derivative form of music formerly popular in Great Britain featuring vocals with a simple instrumental accompaniment

Origin of SKIFFLE

origin unknown
First Known Use: 1926

Rhymes with SKIFFLE


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