Definition of naffness in English:



informal British

See naff

‘I don't have a single clue why I bothered, because the mere concept is depressing - this is the kind of hopeless naffness you get sucked into when you don't have a life.’
  • ‘I don't think they were serious but it does show you the level of naffness and the extent to which criticism can bite.’
  • ‘In mighty bright white, with black details down the sides, it's understated, easy to get dirty but still nice and without a hint of naffness.’
  • ‘Drier styles became more popular, to the point where admitting to a preference for sweet red fizz was the ultimate in naffness.’
  • ‘This all leads to a slight air of charm to proceedings or naffness depending on your point of view.’