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Definition of "quiff" []

  • Chiefly British A tuft of hair, especially a forelock. (noun)
  • A woman regarded as promiscuous. (noun)
  • A prominent tuft of hair, esp one brushed up above the forehead (noun)

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Use "quiff" in a sentence
  • "He wore his cap at the back of his head, so as to exhibit to an admiring world a carefully - cultured curl of the "quiff" variety, which was plastered across his forehead with a great expenditure of grease."
  • "This was, indeed, the Gunner Barling he used to know, with his smooth-shaven chin and neat brown moustache waxed at the ends and characteristic "quiff" decorating his brow."
  • "If you're talking about his hair, I think you mean "quiff"."