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Love iz like the meazles; we kant have it bad but onst, and the latter in life we hav it the tuffer it goes with us.
Experience haz the same effekt on most folks that age haz on a goose, it makes them tuffer.
- a rock formed by the fusing together on the ground of small rock fragments (less than 2 mm across) ejected from a volcano
C16: from Old French tuf, from Italian tufo; see tufa
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Word Origin and History for tuffer
advertiser's spelling of tough (adj.), attested by 1940.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- A rock made up of particles of volcanic ash, varying in size from fine sand to coarse gravel.
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