: The husband and wife were ''smurfs,'' a type of drug-money launderer. A husband-and-wife smurfing team will travel from bank to bank, posing as strangers
: To avoid being reported by banks, criminals often make numerous deposits of slightly less than $10,000, a practice known as smurfing (1980s+)
With BFF Cara Delevingne on her side, the celebrity smiled all night with her “smurf lips,” as The Cut described them.
They live in the quaint smurf Village, in homes made of mushrooms.
Example: “Being a smurf, Gia had learned to walk on any terrain in heels.”
[ELLE UK] smurf Fashion Show: The smurfs are hitting New York Fashion Week.
From 1997 to 2002, he sent a letter every year to Culliford in Brussels, asking to option a smurf movie.
Part of my job was I had to commit to the studio that I can do this movie with 800 smurf shots.
/smerf/ (From the news:soc.motss Usenet newsgroup, after some obnoxiously gooey cartoon characters) A newsgroup regular with a habitual style that is irreverent, silly, and cute. Like many other hackish terms for people, this one may be praise or insult depending on who uses it. In general, being referred to as a smurf is probably not going to make your day unless you've previously adopted the label yourself in a spirit of irony.
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