Definition of Triffic
1. terrific [adj] - See also: terrific
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Literary usage of Triffic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1799)
"... attacked as it is by powerful enemies, to triffic -in this manner with the feelings of three millions of people, ..."
2. The Parliamentary Debates by Great Britain Parliament (1905)
"Since the roads were laid out for eque trian, vehicular, and ordinary pedestrian triffic motor-cars had come in, and it was abundantly obvious from the ..."
3. The Railways of Canada for 1870-1 by John Malcolm Trout, Edw Trout (1871)
"The annual amount of this outward triffic has been estimated as follows :—30000000 feet sawn lumber, at §1 per M.; 15000 pieces of square timber, ..."
4. The Sunday Magazine by Thomas Guthrie, William Garden Blaikie, Benjamin Waugh (1881)
"She's a triffic woman when she's up is mother. She'd wollop yer, when she's in drink, until yer fit to die. Lor ! I've screamed out to die heaps o' times, ..."