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comparativeform of naff: more naff
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The fact that it's so much naffer than this one too, in which they've clearly just been caught snogging.
Blogposts | guardian.co.uk Catherine Shoard 2008
The nightclub next door is furnished on one side with naff black leather low-slung chairs and on the other side with even naffer white leather poofs.
Telegraph Blogs 2008
I probably shouldn’t tell you that Frank’s surname is Stein because it makes the play sound a whole lot naffer than it actually is.