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  • noun Plural form of gonif.


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  • See, in South Jersey and its cousin burgh across the river, Philadelphia, the spectator sports were the Flyers hockey team, ham-fisted political gonifs, and tallying the body count of the mob war that had just broken out.

    Eric Dezenhall: Waiting for Blago: A Tale of Corruption Nostalgia 2009

  • "But if you don't come from Jewland and you call the rabies gonifs how can you be a Jew?"

    Who am I 2007

  • But these artists you're describing, the self-promoting crybabies what are intentionally being shlockmeisters and gonifs, they dream the new American dream.

    Skinny Legs and All Robbins, Tom 1990

  • And the answer is shared sacrifice, not bailouts for gonifs.

    Daily Kos 2009

  • Israeli gonifs would buy kidneys from "vulnerable people" in Israel for $10,000, and then get them shipped to their rabbinical associates who would sell them in the United States for $160,000, he said.

    News Dissector Blog 2009

  • And if some private consortium were to put money together and offer health insurance that a) offered coverage you couldn’t get thrown off of; b) paid its bills honorably; and c) kept its prices reasonable, it would very quickly drive the current gonifs out of business.

    Think Progress » Health Insurance Industry Defends Massive Profits, Complains It Is Being ‘Vilified’ 2010


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