Definition for tuff (2 of 2)
Origin of tuff2
Related formstuff·a·ceous [tuh-fey-shuh s] /tʌˈfeɪ ʃəs/, adjective
Examples from the Web for tuff
All of them, Tuff and Kellie and Clyde and Elsie, like to take this wherever they go: He died doing what he wanted to do.
“This is all we live for,” Tuff Hedeman was saying on the Astrodome floor, far removed from Willie and his friends.
Tuff and Tracie and Kellie lost count of the hours they spent waiting on Lane after the rodeos.
Like her last name would suggest, Tuff really has been through a lot.
Tuff cared for Derrick and his older sister, LaVita, while working two or three jobs at a time.
That tuff he considers a product of the latest eruption of the volcano.The Geological Evidence of The Antiquity of Man|Charles Lyell
Humurous lekturs, without the aid ov canvass or pantomime, are tuff tew do.Josh Billings on Ice|Henry Wheeler Shaw
Among the ruins will be seen skeletons of men, and impressions of the human form stamped in solid rocks of tuff.Principles of Geology|Charles Lyell
Bread solid, beef stake about az thik az a blister plaster, and so tuff az a hounds ear.The Complete Works of Josh Billings|Henry W. Shaw
The people that are getting it up—er, well, I'm afraid they're not very friendly to me, Tuff.Tin-Types Taken in the Streets of New York|Lemuel Ely Quigg