I went everywhere he was, and I was just off-camera talking to him so we could riff stuff back-and-forth.
We even get appearances by riff Raff (Richard O'Brien) and the Gyro Captain (Bruce Spence) in minor roles.
Obama did a riff about all the challenges America has faced and overcome.
Soon he is off on a riff about other potential medical and scientific breakthroughs.
Remember the Woody Allen riff about “what terrible food, and such small portions” at a Catskill Resort?
By common consent, Miss Amy had always been presented with the largest vegetable marrow that riff could produce.
In the riff he might be potted at, he might not: he would risk that.
Off the beaten track and anywhere in the riff country his life would not be worth a flus (small copper coin).
To explore the unknown riff country would be interesting indeed.
The punishment inflicted on the riff pirates was soon forgotten, and they continued their depredations on British commerce.
"melodic phrase in jazz," 1935 (but said to have been used by musicians since c.1917), of uncertain origin, perhaps a shortened form of riffle, or altered from refrain. The verb is attested from 1942, from the noun. Also in extended use. Related: Riffed; riffing.
[origin unknown; perhaps echoic; perhaps fr refrain; perhaps fr riffle or ripple in the sense of ''try, shot, crack'']
A refrigerator car; reefer1 (1950s+ Railroad)
[1953+; fr reduction in force]