The earliest known use of Spiffy dates back to 1853.
Rush hour. A synonym for fine and possibly derived from Rudyard Kipling’s British slang word spiffing. Not correct. The word then meant - as always - to shake or have fun.
spicy example sentences
- I didn’t make it to first base but you have a crazy uniform and a shiny brand.
- He is a handsome 72 year old boy who wears a tweed jacket and pointed toe loafers with tassels.
- The chic clothes, the perfect shoes, the sturdy watch, it all tastes like the well-groomed C-level look.
- I want to look crazy enough for the summer.
Liven up. Something or someone classy is classy or elegant, like the chic red velvet tuxedo you wear at your cousin’s wedding. If you are looking for a casual way to complete your outfit, chic is the right word for you.
Verb 1. Spice it up, make it cute, chic, or finish your home in the spring to keep the baby active
Name. a large marijuana cigarette.
See other words with the same meaning: marijuana.
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Roaring Twenties slang for an edgy look usually refers to a man’s appearance. StruggleBuggy A car. (The place where the young sheikhs fight with the young Cheba). Stuck in falling in love with someone.
ŋ) adjective. When someone describes something like news or an event as exceptional, they really like it. [British, casual, old-fashioned]
Berries, older slang. someone or something very attractive or unusual.
Hyphens such as commas, semicolons, colons, ellipses, and parentheses indicate added weight, interruptions, or sudden reflections. Notice how the dashes subtly change the tone of the following sentences: Examples: You are the friend, the only friend who has offered to help me.
The line. The dash (-), also called the em dash, is the long horizontal line, much longer than a dash. Few keyboards have a hyphen, but a word processor can usually create one.
The hyphen (-) is a punctuation mark used to break a word or phrase after an independent clause or parenthesis (words, phrases, or phrases that break a sentence).