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verb (used with object) Slang.
- to steal (cattle).
- (formerly) to alter the brand on (stolen cattle).
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Like many of the competitors, neither she nor Duff is concerned about winning, only with finishing.
Duff McDonald is a contributing editor at Fortune magazine and a former contributing editor at Condé Nast Portfolio.
In this week's Newsweek, Duff McDonald pieces together the Palin scion's earnings.
Duff and friends are not the only ones who mug for the camera.
“Those girls got gigantic rings,” Bonnie Fuller says of the diamonds given to Underwood and Duff.
Duff kept straight on in a spirit of caution, and just missed treading upon the fattest rat in the heathen parish of St. John's.The Path of a Star|Mrs. Everard Cotes (AKA Sara Jeannette Duncan)
"Guess it's the preacher," said Duff finally, whose eyes were like a hawk's.
In an instant Duff was off his horse and at the head of the fallen animal.
That crack down in the back lane at Edmonton, Blathers, said Mr. Duff, assisting his colleagues memory.Oliver Twist, Vol. II (of 3)|Charles Dickens
There was no duff nor roast because there was no firewood within twenty miles.Children of the Bush|Henry Lawson