Examples of daffy in a Sentence
The actress is starring in a daffy new comedy this summer.
The book is filled with daffy characters.
Recent Examples of daffy from the Web
A wildly daffy premise tempered by impressive emotional depth.
Each actor plays multiple roles, which suits the daffy atmosphere.
Did Nordo’s screechingly daffy ex-wife (Opal Peachey), gadding about with an imaginary Chihuahua on a leash, off him with a butcher knife?
In addition to Bening, Gerwig gives her finest performance in recent memory, submerging her familiar (and delightful) daffy persona to portray a character on her own sometimes-heartbreaking search for meaning and purpose.
Nonetheless, there are some downright daffy decrees out there.
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Origin and Etymology of daffy
obsolete English daff, noun, fool
First Known Use: circa 1884See Words from the same year
DAFFY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of daffy for English Language Learners
: silly or strange often in a way that is funny
DAFFY Defined for Kids
Definition of daffy for Students
: silly or oddly funny
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