Miss Mary, she would be daffing with him on his return, with a 'How's her leddyship to-day, Dugald?'
This was the more characteristic, as, for all his daffing, he was a modest and very polite little fellow among ourselves.
One of our chief times of daffing was when he required a horse, another bottle, or some money.
It made no change in him; and it was in his old spirit of mockery and daffing that he began the interview.
It was just daffing, I tell ye: daffing, and nae mair: a piece of fun, like!
To his humour of daffing I succumbed, and fell into an extraordinary ease with the world.
I hae had mony a day's daffing wi' Jean's mither, and they say she bides on wi' them.
Is there any reason to refrain from laughing and daffing while at that work?
Auld Colley, wi his daffing, looks as he had a notion o the braw wissing o joy Charlie is to get.