How To Use Quiff In A Sentence

  • Well, two of my local councillors showed up - both dapper chappies, a younger bloke with a furrowed brow and an older gentleman with the finest quiff I have ever seen on a man over 60.
  • A slip of a man, he is a little bit glam, a little bit rock 'n' roll and he sports a rooster-type quiff hairdo.
  • Oh, how about Laura Nyro's ‘Sweet Blindness’ - a wonderful ode to the delights of getting more than a little squiffed!
  • So we came from what was once Middlesex before the Greater London Council claimed London Boroughs that far out (forgive me if my history is a bit squiffy there.)
  • It started shortly after the upgrade when the font menu started going squiffy in certain applications. my fonts are in a mess and i want to kill myself « We Don't Count Your Own Visits To Your Blog
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  • ‘It was another one of those days for Tiger: lots of good shots and one or two squiffy drives,’ said Brown.
  • And coming across an old school photograph - with the boys on the back row sporting some super Sixties quiffs - has prompted the two women to seek out others and stage a school reunion.
  • Bettie Page bangs and high ponytails for the ladies, sky-high quiffs for the guys.
  • 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. Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 158, March 3rd, 1920
  • In a trippy opening sequence we learn that Atkins is a good-time girl, all mascara and champagne and arguing violently with her squiffy actor boyfriend.
  • Samit Basu at 09: 05 on 13 June who is stirring stormclouds rowdy? who meets angels and says howdy? who makes squiffy skuas squelch? Archive 2009-06-01
  • I attempted a classic rock and roll quiff.
  • When I started upper school at 11, I used to do my hair up in a big quiff and lots of backcombing – it wasn't really in fashion, but I just started doing it. How to dress your age
  • He was piefaced soaked squiffy sloshed and all round ‘pissed as a newt’ not just a maniac but a dispsomaniac, takwe my word for it, I am an expert in drunken gibber and that is it. Archive 2008-01-20
  • The Bradys sport the same tragic early-seventies quiffs, boast wardrobes packed with polyester flares, and talk in absurd sitcom gagspeak.
  • I read about it somewhere, they can make your brain go all squiffy.
  • [She sits and turns to Mrs Gilbey] Bobby's given me the squiffer. Fanny's First Play
  • QUIFFS To get a glamorous quiff, as seen on Kristen Stewart and Scarlett Johansson, backcomb the roots, spray into place with L'Oréal Professionals Tecni Art Air Fix (£8.90, feelunique. com), and then secure at the back with pins. The beauty bible
  • You can tell by their quiffs, black biker boots, jeans and country and western shirts.
  • The second man was about 5ft 5in, in his mid 20s, of slim build and with black hair in a quiff.
  • Now what I always do when my template goes squiffy is to ..... call in the DEBLOG!!! ta da da music ... Friends
  • In fact, shopping while slightly squiffy on cocktails is probably the closest any lady can get to heaven, in my opinion.
  • And by the time the first support band came on, I was pleasantly squiffed.
  • Radcliffe has recalled having to guide a presumably squiffy Richard Harris through lines the actor couldn't recall. Harry Potter and the A-Z of magic
  • Soon I had amassed a large record collection while, simultaneously, building up a vaseline-walled quiff which defied gravity.
  • As if we're all going to sit around and say things like "squiffy," tosser "or" wanker "- although we can think of a few who deserve that last moniker. Beaumont Enterprise Blogs
  • His quiff used to be sat like a small, silvery lemur balanced atop his skull; now, there's a luxuriant abundance of black hair.
  • We headed onwards to Harajuku park, where we came across some Japanese Teddy Boys, with monster quiffs, and jitterbug dance moves.
  • I know the cadavers thing is much yuckier, but the toothbrush thing squiffs me out more. Spotlighting Y.S. Lee's epic blog tour of awesome
  • Years ago, when young men started to sport the "quiff" hairstyle that Tintin is so famous for Canuck Attitude
  • Comedy quiffs, tinny synths and half an inch of rouge were never meant to last.
  • It's good to see that Gandalf has his human side, and gets squiffy at a post-Oscars party.
  • They were grooming a palomino, quiffing up his mane and tying it with a red ribbon.
  • It was no better on my mother's side, where her Uncle Aloysius turned out to be the editor who told James Joyce to deep-six the title "The Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man" and rename it "The Lads From the Liffey Were Feeling Quite Squiffy," because, as he put it, "C'mon, Jimbo: 'Portrait of the Artist' sounds like you're a Limey. Tracing My Roots and Coming Up With Dirt
  • I attempted a classic rock and roll quiff.
  • Whereas cocodamol are great for sending a person squiffy in the head, they're pretty useless for relieving agonising back pain.
  • While we're of the subject of goats…… I have a friend who once got so squiffy at a party she signed up for a twelve week goat keeping course.
  • Backcombing is still used today for spot styling bangs hawks, faux hawks, quiffs, full Mohawks or for creating a big style like those worn by some supermodels on fashion runways.
  • There were dozens of men in the crowd who'd clearly gone to considerable effort to cultivate the famous towering quiff and sideburns combo.
  • I says to Bob: "Dearie boy: is it a bargain about the squiffer if I make Joe sprint for you? Fanny's First Play
  • My sister, God bless her, went to University, and by the end of the first term was using a catering-sized tin of hairspray a week to keep her quiff from sagging.
  • A South African man with a big floppy quiff is ordering a very complex lunch.
  • He told that our father has been squiffed last night. i kept quiet to quest him why our father did that.
  • The hottest tonsorial trend for the winter is for erectile barnets - product-stiffened locks that make you go "lawks", quiffs that stand up WN.com - Articles related to Robbie Williams proposes live on Australian radio... but was it a joke?
  • Much gin was drunk, much inane rubbish and some serious stuff was discussed, and we all went home pleasantly squiffy.
  • A few of the ladies got a bit squiffy, with the shout of ‘Let's debag Brownlegg! ‘being the battle cry.’
  • It was about welding existing styles (retro costumes, quiffs and old rock 'n' roll riffs) onto a recently developed technological chassis supplied by the synthesiser.
  • And then we rounded a corner and there was a male ibex nibbling on a tuft of grass, throwing his horns back every now and then as if troubled by a gigantic and very heavy quiff.
  • They leak, they give the wine a plastic flavour, they are nigh on impossible to remove with a cork screw when you're squiffy.
  • Do they mean anything, faces, Maggie would think to herself when she was a bit squiffy and had had one too many glasses of sparkly spumante.
  • Will you tell me that, and stop cackling about your squiffer? Fanny's First Play
  • Well, two of my local councillors showed up - both dapper chappies, a younger bloke with a furrowed brow and an older gentleman with the finest quiff I have ever seen on a man over 60.
  • The camaraderie and family atmosphere was evident among fans of all ages and backgrounds, many of them sporting Elvis-style quiffs and teddy-boy outfits.
  • You'd think I'd have learned long ago not to argue with those with a slightly squiffy glint in their eye.
  • Look beyond the crooner's perma-grin, the twinkle in the eye, the ever-bouncing quiff and there, on his cheeks and chin, was the unmistakable sheen of foundation.
  • I feel a bit squiffy… actually make that a lot squiffy.
  • The series includes shots of her mimicking silent movie stars and fluffing her fringe into a quiff; they were spontaneous and fun.
  • And finally she flares into full loquacious life; squiffy but skewering, hardly able to open her mouth without an extraordinary sentence rasping out of it. The Last of the Duchess; 13; The Village Social – review
  • He wouldn't let me be in the photograph with my quiff.
  • They were grooming a palomino, quiffing up his mane and tying it with a red ribbon.
  • Well, when I first start the treatment I get a couple of days feeling a little squiffy and disoriented.
  • She'll drink a little if we go out for dinner, but never enough to get squiffy.
  • Christina's friend Susan brought her new squeeze Mark to the bash, and there was another couple of non-bloggers there that I was just too squiffed to get their name into long-term RAM storage.
  • I had visions of quiffs and highlights and all manner of strange accoutrements being used to make me look like a complete twat.
  • 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. Okewood of the Secret Service
  • She stayed away from the real thing because it made her feel loggy and squiff. The City Who Fought
  • Heres the boy in gaol and me disgraced for ever; and all you care to know is what a squiffer is. Fanny's First Play
  • The dozy ponce wants women-only shortlists, doesn't have a word to say about immigration, has got more 'quiff' than Blair and not one solitary noteworthy policy but a gazzillion soundbites. Army Rumour Service
  • I attempted a classic rock and roll quiff.
  • Not only is she the great-granddaughter of Herbert Asquith, the Prime Minister whose drinking habits earned him the name 'squiffy', she is also the grandniece of British filmmaker Anthony California Chronicle
  • Into the chamber of the European parliament he went, a bit squiffy on something less than eight pints, and – as he admitted to the website Political Scrapbook – a little bit high on prescription drugs to alleviate the pain from a riding injury. Hugh Muir's diary
  • She last played Scotland with Dreadzone at The Arches in Glasgow, where she remembers getting rather squiffy on port and not much else.
  • In silhouette, Grant also looked the part, with gravity-defying, ironic quiff and long tremulous limbs.
  • He was piefaced soaked squiffy sloshed and all round ‘pissed as a newt’ not just a maniac but a dispsomaniac, takwe my word for it, I am an expert in drunken gibber and that is it. (n) Mayoral As A Newt
  • Well, he says, "Darling, if you can get Holy Joe to sprint a hundred yards, I'll stand you that squiffer with the gold keys. Fanny's First Play
  • I can pl'y the squiffer -- I mean the concertina, Sir -- a fair treat for a hammatore. The Dop Doctor
  • Bo always knew what to do when computers went squiffy. Audrey Niffenegger | Moths of the New World
  • The 'Tomboys' had their hair styled in "Rockabilly" quiffs and wore tailored trouser suits, Trilby's, and winkle-picker style, pointy-toe lace-ups. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • Which was actually not a bad idea, since by the time I had done level 16, my eyes were going squiffy and I thought I could sleep some more.
  • Ok what on earth is a squiffy!!!???? ekkk yaya said, …and then I was in like Flynn | 世論 What Japan Thinks
  • The quiff is immaculate, the look is unmistakable.
  • Girls were fully made up, puffy red unglossed lips, stilettos, pencil skirts and long straight hair in ponytails with quiffs or short curled just so.
  • If you're talking about his hair, I think you mean "quiff". Thestar.com - Home Page
  • A man with a carefully oiled black quiff is introduced to me by a grinning volunteer as Shakin' Stevens.
  • I protest that this is unfair as I am slightly squiffy, but they insist.

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