a blow; punch.
to hit; punch.
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How to use biff in a sentence
He biffed and blathered; no one will recall what he said other than the cliche he offered up that “these are different times.”Robert Shrum: Obama Had Everything On the Line and Delivered, While Romney Sputtered | Robert Shrum | October 17, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
We reached the landing where the boats were anchored and as Dum had not biffed Mabel, I suppose her prayer was answered.Vacation with the Tucker Twins | Nell Speed
One biffed us over on to the two rear wheels, but we dropped back on four on the top speed.Waiting for Daylight | Henry Major Tomlinson
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.Right Ho, Jeeves | P. G. Wodehouse
"He tried to yank her off an' she biffed him," replied Wilson.The Man of the Forest | Zane Grey
But unless you come to me in a week or two with all these taradiddles biffed out of your head—then biff goes the wedding!Twos and Threes | G. B. Stern
British Dictionary definitions for biff
a blow with the fist
Irish school slang a blow to the palm of the hand with a strap or cane as a punishment
(tr) to give (someone) such a blow
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