a deep-red cooking apple native to Britain.
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How to use biffin in a sentence
If Waddy Walsh and his pal, Biffins, were still inside, they knew how to keep quiet.The Outdoor Chums on the Lake | Quincy Allen
Now, tell Biffins that we want him out first, and if he tries to run, its a charge of bird shot for him in the rear.The Outdoor Chums on the Lake | Quincy Allen
As culinary apples, besides Rennets and other dessert kinds, Codlins and Biffins are cultivated.
Biffins, bif′inz, n. apples slowly dried in bakers' ovens and flattened into cakes—prepared in great quantities in Norfolk.
Why, in that respect they're all Miss Biffins to the audience, Pip.Life And Adventures Of Martin Chuzzlewit | Charles Dickens
British Dictionary definitions for biffin
British a variety of red cooking apple
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