2. Noun. (American English) An outhouse ¹
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Definition of Biffy
1. a toilet [n -FIES]
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Literary usage of Biffy
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Observations in Husbandry by Edward Lisle (1757)
"biffy and Mr. ... if once I let them fink, there would be no railing them again : anJ Mr. biffy faid, I muft take care not to let the clover be too high. §. ..."
2. The Red Battle Flyer by Manfred Richthofen (1918)
"I rode her frequently, and her name was biffy. About a year later, when I joined the regiment, my Captain, von Tr , who was very fond of sport, ..."
3. Stories & Verse of Williams by Alfred Dudley Britton, Philip Richards Dunbar, Charles Fisher Hepburn, Williams College (1900)
"Say, biffy, can't yer cut it short ? Ain't we a-goin' to eat them ... And say, biffy, if that girl ain'ta corker, Hully Gee ! " " But what is her name ? ..."