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  • adverb In a daffy manner.


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daffy +‎ -ly


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  • This second album from the Hoosiers is being touted as a more low-key affair than its predecessor, which is a relief considering their 2007 debut was so daffily upbeat, you risked altitude sickness listening to it.

    The Hoosiers: The Illusion of Safety

  • For connoisseurs of daffily gratuitous movie moments, however, "Indecent Proposal" does offer some gems.

    Hook, Lyne And Stinker

  • Nevertheless, Mad shaped generations of creative sensibilities, as proved by the more than 30 artists who pay affectionate homage to its daffily iconic images at East Atlanta's self-styled lowbrow gallery.

    Creative Loafing Atlanta Feed

  • Stanley also describes another eye-popper: "A 1968 Nixon ad reveling in Democratic Party chaos, for instance, is a wordless montage of the Chicago convention, Vietnam and civil unrest, set to a daffily jaunty rendition of 'Happy Days Are Here Again.'

    GreenCine Daily


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