Horrible position of little biffin, who proposes a new round game.
At that moment biffin, overwrought with excitement, forgot himself.
I am not aware of other miniature painters handicapped as Miss biffin must have been.
As she looked after him along the deck, the head of Major biffin appeared to her, emerging from the saloon stairs.
Major biffin was the happiest man in the world, and Mrs. Cox went to her berth that night not altogether dissatisfied.
biffin has been burnt brown by the suns of Egypt, while I wear a small souvenir of Flanders on my upper lip.
"I wonder if Parsons will remember us," said biffin as the train thundered into the station.
If he had read his biffin he would have known that the correct terms are a "susurration of sparrows" and a "pop of weasels."
What if biffin—the respectable biffin—should again come forward!
The biffin, the minshul crab, or any tart apples, are the best for drying.