a cut or incision made by a saw or the like in a piece of wood.
Mining. a deep cut a few inches high, used to undermine a portion of a coal or mineral seam.
the act of cutting or carving.
verb (used with object)
to make a kerf or kerfs in (a piece of wood, a coal seam, etc.).
the cut made by a saw, an axe, etc
[ker-floo-ee] /kərˈflu i/ adverb, go kerflooey 1. Informal. to cease functioning, especially suddenly and completely; fall apart; fail: As soon as the storm hit, every light in town went kerflooey. Related Terms go blooey
Related Terms go blooey
[ker-flop] /kərˈflɒp/ adverb, Informal. 1. with or as if with a : He fell kerflop.
noun The penis: beat out time with their titties and their johnsons/ I’ve only got one Johnson, and he winks/ Enough is enough, turn my jones loose Related Terms john [1863+; origin unknown; such a use is recorded fr Canada in the mid-1800s, perhaps as a euphemism for the British euphemism John Thomas, ”penis”]
[ker-fuhf-uh l] /kərˈfʌf əl/ noun 1. Chiefly British Informal. a fuss; commotion. /kəˈfʌfəl/ noun 1. (informal, mainly Brit) commotion; disorder; agitation verb 2. (transitive) (Scot) to put into disorder or disarray; ruffle or disarrange noun disorder, commotion; also written curfuffle , kafuffle , gefuffle See kafuffle n. “row, disturbance,” c.1930, first in Canadian English, ultimately […]