Squiffed vs Quiffed - What's the difference?
As adjectives the difference between squiffed and quiffed
is that squiffed
is (informal) intoxicated while quiffed
is (of hair) arranged in a quiff.
As a verb quiffed is
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
, author=J. C. Morris
, title=The End of Arrogance: Revised Edition
, publisher=Buy Books on the web
, passage=Her hair streamed down in front of her eyes and her dress was on back to front. Totally squiffed . Leo hustled her into bed.}}
, author=Farley Mowat
, title=Born Naked
, publisher=Houghton Mifflin Books
, passage=I got all the heavy drinkers squiffed out of their minds}}
*2005, Editors Catherine Soanes and Angus Stevenson, The Oxford Dictionary of English (revised edition) , Oxford University Press
(of hair) Arranged in a quiff
(of a person) Having the hair arranged in a quiff.
* 1989 , Peter Tinniswood, Hayballs (page 61)
- Sharp-quiffed young men in navy-blue blazers and grey flannel trousers.