He biffed and blathered; no one will recall what he said other than the cliche he offered up that “these are different times.”
"He tried to yank her off an' she biffed him," replied Wilson.
I own up I was surprised when I heard how the Porters had biffed him.
Ef we all biffed you now, these same men you've been so dead anxious to kill 'u'd call us off.
One biffed us over on to the two rear wheels, but we dropped back on four on the top speed.
We reached the landing where the boats were anchored and as Dum had not biffed Mabel, I suppose her prayer was answered.
With which words he biffed off; and I, having given him a minute or two to get out of the way, rose and made for the drawing-room.
"biffed 'im on the 'ead wiv the 'andle," corroborated the boy in a toneless voice.
"to hit," 1877, imitative (as a sound effect, from 1847). Related: Biffed; biffing. As a noun, attested from 1881.