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rafferty

[ raf-er-tee ]
/ ˈræf ər ti /
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adjective British, Australian.
confused; disorganized.
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Origin of rafferty

1925–30; originally in the phrase Rafferty('s) rules no rules at all; perhaps identical with British dialect raffatory, ref(f)atory, alterations of refractory

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