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blaff

[ blaf ]
/ blæf /
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noun

a West Indian stew of fish or pork with berries, lime, onion, and spices.

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Example sentences from the Web for blaff

  • He will hear a pluff o' pouther gang blaff at his oxter some fine day, that he'll be the waur o'!

  • Yon can bide His time, and juist when ye are crawin' croose, and thinkin' on how blythe and canty ye are—blaff!

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