someone, such as a sportsperson, who has a reputation for hitting hard
an implement used to serve blows
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How to use biffer in a sentence
You see the biffer was a new boy, and, for another thing, he wore a leather strap round his wrist.
No one had ever seen Jimmy fight like this, and Jones minimus shouted in his joy, for the biffer was outbiffed in every direction.
Oh, why wasn't the butcher-boy there to see that tremendous smack on the nose the biffer got?
Instinctively a ring was formed and the biffer found himself in the middle of it.
"Perhaps he is a German," said the biffer, and waited for the general laugh to follow his sally.