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- noun US, informal A
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In a word, Joseph had the same taste for a full-blooded _cuffee_, that an epicure has for the _haut gout_ of a stale partridge, and was in ecstasies at my extrication.
The song ceased, and cuffee advanced in silence, but with a heavy swinging step, that rung audibly on the hard ground.
"Cool off, cuffee; I was only joking with you," continued Dock, with a mighty effort to laugh.
The police officers are cracking the crowns of the obstreperous lads, trying to force their way in; while the white teeth of a grinning cuffee or two might be seen shining from every tree in the neighborhood, staring with all their eyes, to see they knew not what.
I says 'captain, I don't care 'bout havin' my head shot off of my shoulders; I'm big cuffee 'nough now!'
Captain met me one day in the street, and says he, 'nig, if you'd only gone with me, you'd a been as big a cuffee now as any on' em. '
"Hark ye, cuffee; go bring out the pedler's horse, saddle him with my saddle which lies in the gallery, bring him to the tree, and, look ye, make no noise about it, you scoundrel, as you value your ears."
"Well, cuffee, the old man's in hockley by this time; and when we march him off in the morning, you will have nobody to stop you.