daffy[ daf-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF daffy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DAFFY
Saved my life by shooting a dog with a bottle of Daffy's elixir!'
My dear mother packed a bottle of Daffy's elixir in the barrel of my pistol.'
Bob laughed heartily at his Cousin's interpretation of Daffy's.
The crowd laughed and said, "poor fellow, he's daffy in the head."
Furthermore, he was so daffy and curdled in the Filbert that he sold three times as much as he had.
Take the lancets, Jonathan, and the basin too, and a bottle of Daffy's Elixir.
Deacon's Australian, you know, and they're daffy down there on colour.
He is younger than I and daffy on the subject of investigations.
Oh, mother, you're daffy about the Rexhills, why not admit it and be done with it?
But don't worry about me and this 'truck' and 'rubbish,' Lucien; I'm not daffy yet.