Definition of whiffy in English:

whiffy

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Pronunciation: /ˈwɪfi
 
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adjective (whiffier, whiffiest)

British informal
Having an unpleasant smell: whiffy socks
More example sentences
  • For a few days we have been conscious of a bit of a whiffy smell.
  • A colleague assures me this is simply the smell of summer - alternative theatre venues are notoriously whiffy.
  • It's also starting to smell like a greenhouse - those tomato plants are really whiffy!

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