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doff

[dôf]
Etymology: ME, contraction of do off, take off
to take off (clothing).
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On the surface a portrait of Manhattan's original club kid, convicted killer Michael Alig, Party Monster depicts a nightlife in which heroin was ingested like oxygen, folks doffed their Calvin Kleins in front of hundreds for a measly 50-buck bounty, and a golden stream splashing in your face could be either a drag queen giving herself a champagne enema onstage or someone peeing on you from the top of a staircase.
KEVIN DOYLE has doffed his cap to Ronaldo - by voting him PFA Player-of-the-Year in England.
He scandalized Broadway last season by giving the characters in Noel Coward's Present Laughter real sexuality: The male fan stalking a matinee idol doffed his raincoat to embrace the star buck naked.
At halftime, Mahony doffed his cap, crossed the field, took on a Lancer scarf and screamed, ``Defense, defense'' - to no avail.
Those who think Greek campus life revolves around beer-drenched toga parties or pearls-and-lace high teas never joined the Bitch Clique or doffed their shirts in a Dyke March.
Guzman doffed an elegant black and white gown to reveal a simple outfit supported by 2-inch platform shoes.
I doffed the caftans and dashing cravats for skintight tank tops with plunging necklines, beguilingly short cutoffs that inched up over the cheeks of my ass, and T-shirts that I trimmed like halter tops to reveal a svelte, boyish midriff.
Right before the sporting world doffed its cap to him.
To catch unseasonal rays, Los Angeles residents doffed jackets, donned shorts, lowered convertible tops and flocked to the beach, the park, the zoo, the sidewalk - and the city's iciest sunspot.
Members of the Longhorn band also clutched Texas A&M banners and then doffed their hats and slowly, silently, left the field.
Challes doffed the robe and went back behind the counter to answer questions and process birth and marriage certificates and other official documents.
Barker doffed his chef's whites to manage a restaurant in London, then returned to Hong Kong to manage Portico, a major dining spot in that city's financial district.