Noun. WAFF (countable and uncountable, plural WAFFs) (countable, fandom slang) A warm and fuzzy feeling, especially in relation to a ship. quotations ▼ (uncountable, fandom slang) Such feelings collectively.
WAFF is an acronym for Warm and Fluffy Feelings, sometimes also Warm and Fuzzy Feelings. It's used in some parts of the fanfiction community to refer to stories which are intended to give the reader an emotionally nice, good feeling, often using romantic lines and sensitive tone.
: a stray person or animal. especially : a homeless child. : something found without an owner and especially by chance. : an extremely thin and usually young woman.
to talk or write a lot without giving any useful information or any clear answers: If you don't know the answer, it's no good just waffling (on) for pages and pages.
Waffle is language without meaning; blathering, babbling, droning. One might waffle throughout an essay or a presentation, when not having enough material, or needing to fill in time. The term may be derived from the Scots verb waff "to wave, fluctuate".
to talk foolishly or without purpose; idle away time talking.
Meaning:well-spoken. Effy is a girl's name of Greek origin. It is a derivative of the ancient Greek name Euphemia meaning "well-spoken." Alternative spellings of Effy include Effie, Effeigh, and Effi.
In fashion and related popular culture, the term "waif" is commonly used to describe a very thin person, usually a woman. "The waif look" was used in the 1960s to describe thin, large-eyed models such as Twiggy, and Edie Sedgwick.
Adjective. louf (plural loufs) (louchébem slang) crazy, nuts, kooky.
A Duffy is more than just an electric boat – it's a lifestyle. Tens of thousands of delighted customers can attest to that. It's not about going fast or going far – it's about spending time with your friends and family while you cruise silently and enjoy what's most important to you.
A hotshot is someone who's highly talented and successful in a particular field, especially someone who's cocky about it. Hotshot can also be used as an adjective to describe such a person.
"Warm And Fuzzy Feeling". A work whose sole purpose for existence is to make the reader go "Awwww! That's so sweet!" at regular intervals and/or at the end. Frequently labeled as Fluff, not to be confused with the other kind.
whizzo in American English
(ˈhwɪzou, ˈwɪzou) Brit slang. adjective. 1. absolutely first-rate; superb; excellent.
BWH generally refers to the Bust/waist/hip measurements.
Noun. stinka (plural stinkas) (Tyneside) Someone who smells badly, a stinker. (Tyneside) Someone who is ugly or repulsive. How man, get off is ye propa stinka!
The combination of "Arya Stark" and "stomach wounds" should ring a bell. In season 6 of Game of Thrones, the Waif is ordered to kill Arya after she refuses to follow Jaqen H'gar's orders for the last time.
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The Faceless Men weren't supposed to want anything, but it was clear the Waif craved the death of Arya. She ignored the request of giving Arya a quick death and elected to make her suffer. The personal hatred that the Waif had for Arya went against the ideologies of the Faceless Men.
Elizabeth "Effy" Stonem is a fictional character in the television series Skins, played by Kaya Scodelario. She appears in all of the first four series, as well as the seventh series, and appears in the most episodes (27).
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To wave or flutter or to cause to do so. n. 1. A waving or fluttering motion.
Consequently, the batter was poured in, pressed together, and cooked over an open hearth fire. It is at this time the word for waffles, which comes from the old French word, guafre, translated to Old English wafla, first appears in print. Over the years, in Europe, waffles become commonly sold by street vendors.