Meaning of daffiness in English:




See daffy

‘I daren't mention my fears to the Other Half, because whatever charm my daffiness may have held in the early days of our romance, the gilt has definitely worn off the gingerbread since then.’
  • ‘The film's celebration of sheer human daffiness never descends into whimsy.’
  • ‘Hoping to successfully merge daffiness with doctrine, it has a lot to say about censorship and self-righteousness.’
  • ‘Instead, it piles on the daffiness and winsomeness to such an extent that you keep thinking this trio must have trained at the Bridget Jones school of clowning.’
  • ‘As if taking its clue from its protagonist, the movie evinces a sweetness and a daffiness not usually found in satire.’