adjective, spiff·i·er, spiff·i·est. Informal.
Words nearby spiffy
Origin of spiffy
OTHER WORDS FROM spiffyspiff·i·ly, adverbspiff·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for spiffy
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"Ask the syndicate," said Jones, looking at Spiffy in a significant way.
"Jones, show his lordship the stock-list," said Spiffy, with a swagger.
To describe all Spiffy's exertions in the Bodwinkle cause for some days prior to the ball would be impossible.
Sleep at such a moment is impossible, and I pulled the addresses of Spiffy and Bodwinkle from my pocket.
Spiffy gave me some curious statistics about invitations and the means employed to obtain them.