duff McDonald is a contributing editor at New York magazine and a former contributing editor at Condé Nast Portfolio.
Like many of the competitors, neither she nor duff is concerned about winning, only with finishing.
“Those girls got gigantic rings,” Bonnie Fuller says of the diamonds given to Underwood and duff.
duff McDonald is a contributing editor at Fortune magazine and a former contributing editor at Condé Nast Portfolio.
“Those girls got gigantic rings,” Fuller says of the diamonds given to Underwood and duff.
duff, duf, n. dough: a stiff flour pudding boiled in a bag; decaying vegetable matter, fallen leaves: coaldust.
It is a vulgar crime, duff; it would be very hard to stoop to it.
Other witnesses observed her leave duff's, and walk with a hasty step direct to the field road, and turn down it.
The other two volumes by Mr. duff are also of the greatest assistance.
Followed by his adherents, duff took a few quick strides forward.
"buttocks, rump," 1830s, of unknown origin.
The buttocks; rump; ass: A bunch of lazy guys sitting around on our duffs
[1830s+; origin uncertain; perhaps black slang for fud, ''buttocks,'' attested by 1785; perhaps fr duff, ''a (sailors') pudding boiled in a bag,'' which bag may have suggested a human fundament in shape; in this sense duff is a Northern pronunciation of dough]