noun, plural buf·fa·loes, buf·fa·los, (especially collectively) buf·fa·lo.
verb (used with object), buf·fa·loed, buf·fa·lo·ing.Informal.
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Origin of buffalo
Definition for buffalo (2 of 2)
Example sentences from the Web for buffalo
They've buffaloed General Bean, and fooled him completely—and our whole army!The Boy Scout Automobilists|Robert Maitland
Even then, the braid-bound cutaway and the biscuit-colored spats had me buffaloed.The House of Torchy|Sewell Ford
But you-all slapped down the stuff in a stampede, sartin you had him buffaloed.Desert Dust|Edwin L. Sabin
The next ball was a swift incurve that broke so suddenly that it buffaloed Neale completely.Baseball Joe, Home Run King|Lester Chadwick
However, these which are reported over in this area have me buffaloed.Bill Bruce on Forest Patrol|Henry Harley Arnold