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Definition of nuff in English:

determiner, pronoun, & adverb

1Non-standard spelling of enough, representing informal speech: The pen is mightier than the sword. Nuff said
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  • She's fabulous, nuff said.
  • Inverness is supposed to be far enough north that on good nights you can bear witness to the great phenomenon of the Northern Lights… Um… Yew Tree, nuff said.
  • And yes, times in that aspect where fairly memorable too… nuff said okay?
1.1 [as determiner] black English Much: nuff respect goes out to Galliano
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  • And to all those who came ahead of me in the blogging game, nuff respect.
  • Hey, nuff respeck to Sharpton.
  • I am also quite elated to inform you that there is nuff activity taking place at the Tower.

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