dufer

doofer

and dufer (ˈdufɚ)
n. a (found or borrowed) cigarette saved for smoking at another time. (It will do for later.) He takes two fags, one to smoke and a dufer.

dufer

verb
See doofer
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Dufer 48, North Douglas 0: Trevor Tibbets threw for 106 yards and three touchdowns and also rushed for 57 yards and two more scores to lead the Rangers at home.
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5mg/dl (Weissman, Dufer, Vogel, & Abeloff 1987).
Gregory Dufer looked to have saved a draw for the hosts when he struck an 85th-minute equaliser.
Ryan Esson's first save came when he held a 25-yarder from the wonderfully-named Gregory Dufer.
The visitors were unlucky not to double their advantage in the dying seconds when a Gregory Dufer shot smacked off a post with Ryan Esson well beaten.
Esson came to the rescue when he dived bravely a the feet of Dufer, and the Don was again a hero when he tipped a shot from the same player over the bar.
Scotland had a narrow escape when a shot by Dufer was cleared off the line by Gary Caldwell.
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The crowd of 5,630 gasped as a brilliant curling effort from Dufers smacked off the post.