tiff[ tif ]SEE DEFINITION OF tiff
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TIFF
"Him would like to walk, him's legs is so 'tiff," said Baby.
Your aunt and I had a tiff the last time we met, and that was some months ago.
Then a tiff ensues, but it is mostly made up of menacing screeches.
We had a tiff, and he went off to Monte, all on his little lone.
You remind me more and more every day, Tiff, of that dear delightful old Baden-Baden.
The fact is, the cousins had had a tiff, and Eve had left the house that moment.
Her ladyship is in a bit of a tiff—oh, not much; she'll be herself by this evening.
The occasion of this—their first—tiff was small, but by no means insignificant.
You haven't had a tiff with him about anything, have you, Isobel?
There was nothing they enjoyed so much as a tiff between Bill and their pilot.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TIFF
- bone of contention
- difference of opinion