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  • adverb UK, colloquial In a spiffing manner; wonderfully, marvellously.


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spiffing +‎ -ly


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  • I'm sure that Connecting for Health won't be subject to these sort of security risks though, it will be a perfect system delivered on time and in budget and just be spiffingly secure.

    Dizzy Thinks 2009

  • Nobody ever discusses anything when it's going spiffingly. news business sport the Daily Telegraph newspaper Sunday Telegraph 2009

  • Paedophilia, perhaps surprisingly, isn't the issue here, and social choices for clever girls (this being a spiffingly recreated 1961) are more thematic wallpaper.

    Home 2009

  • The 34-year-old Johnson, who would "like to turn 34 again" on March 10, admits in the introduction that she didn't write the book because she's "spiffingly together and pregnant with worldly wisdom."

    xml's 2008


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