buffy

[buhf-ee]
adjective
buff-colored.

Origin:
buff1 + -y1

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Dracula admits to buffy that he is intrigued and charmed by her legacy as she
  is of him.
Willow, who has gone through her own roommate problems, moves in with buffy
  afterwards.
Buffy summers often mangled the names of demons on buffy the vampire slayer.
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  angel.
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