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Definition of daff in English:

noun

informal
A daffodil.
Example sentences
  • The tulips and daffs can be planted as deep as 8 inches if you are planning a real extravaganza of a container display, so plan accordingly.
  • If you have done the daffs and the bluebells and have a taste for pink, then head out now and see the docks in bloom on Fulford Ings.
  • The days were getting longer, the blossom was on the trees and even in our back garden, the barren earth was being pierced by what look uncannily like daffs and tulips.

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