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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Verb- To celebrate with boisterous rejoicing and hilarious behavior.

Usage examples (4)
  • From the relief of Mafikeng in 1900 came a new word: to maffick, which means to celebrate unduly.
  • Nor have they the fine American hand for devising new verbs; to maffick, to limehouse, to strafe and to wangle are their best specimens in twenty years, and all have an...
  • Madame, 147, 252 mad as a hornet, 94 mad as a March hare, 94 mad-dog, 94 made, 274 mad-house, 94 maffick, 190 magazine, 209 magistrate, 145 mail, n., 118; v.,
  • Outrun the constable, the man in the street, kicking your heels, between two stools, cutting a loss, riding for a fall, not seeing the wood for the trees, minding your Ps and... for more
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