doff

[ US /ˈdɔf/ ]
[ UK /dˈɒf/ ]
VERB
  1. remove
    He doffed his hat
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How To Use doff In A Sentence

  • David Eckstein blooped a leadoff single and scored from first on a double to right-center by Wilson, who began his career with the Mets in 1998 and is the stepson of former New York outfielder Mookie Wilson. Weaver, Pujols lead Cardinals to verge of pennant
  • Somehow he managed to compose himself sufficiently to doff his hat to her and to say most civilly, `My lady, how nice to see you. NOBLE BEGINNNINGS
  • Based on blog and comment reactions I've seen, some readers find that element really shocking, and at that point either doff their hat in my direction for how I handled it, or get really angry, either at the story or directly at me. An Interview with Mike Allen
  • He used a "set of prison bars for the name Bernie Madoff" in his example for "brachygraphy" in the semifinals and later made a reference to the "The Jeffersons," a TV sitcom that went off the air some 10 years before the oldest of the spellers was born. Pa. girl wins Bee with 'cymotrichous'
  • Also, Mousavi has written a letter (in Farsi) to the Iranian security council saying that personnel from the Ahmadinejad-loyalist Basij militia are doffing their uniforms and attacking innocent people in the streets. Iran Election Live-Blogging (Wednesday June 17)
  • Ms. Crupi, 49, who joined the company in 1983 as a keypunch operator, had primary responsibility for a bank account that allegedly served as the main Ponzi scheme fund Mr. Madoff ' s firms used to receive investors ' money and pay redemptions. Two Ex-Madoff Employees Face Criminal Charges
  • Bernie Madoff got caught running what he called a hedge fund; thousands of uber-financiers are making off with billions running an even larger ponzi scheme that is perfectly legal. Leo W. Gerard: Q&A With Responsible Pension Investment Expert Thomas Croft
  • Maury doffed his fedora and ran a hand through his scarecrow hair and told me that he had lived in terror as a boy because his father was a drunk.
  • A liveried flunkey doffed his cap and drove the Peugeot away while others dutifully hauled luggage about.
  • A fabulous bounty from the Bernard Madoff charitable foundation included a stunning WMD intelligence dossier advance 'downpayment'. TheSpoof.com : Spoof News : Front Page
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