[ kuhf-ing see-zuhn ]
/ ˈkʌf ɪŋ ˌsi zən /
a period during the fall and winter seasons, including holidays from Thanksgiving to Valentine’s Day, when people are more inclined to pair up in committed romantic relationships: I’m sitting out cuffing season this year—I was miserable tied down like that last winter.
Offbeat Characters Of The Holiday SeasonKrampus is the horrifying version of Saint Nicholas. He's one part demon, the other part goat.
Origin of cuffing season
First recorded in 2010–15
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