an inflammatory and obliterative disease of the blood vessels of the legs and feet causing numbness and tingling, often leading to phlebitis and gangrene: most common in cigarette smokers.
any of a family of steroid lactones, occurring in toad venom and squill, that possess cardiac-stimulating and antitumor activity.
any of several large wild oxen of the family Bovidae. Compare bison, Cape buffalo, water buffalo. buffalo robe. a buffalofish. a shuffling tap-dance step. to puzzle or baffle; confuse; mystify: He was buffaloed by the problem. to impress or intimidate by a display of power, importance, etc.: The older boys buffaloed him. a port in […]
buff1 (def 6).
a small stick covered with leather or the like, used in polishing.