[ ɹˈiːfɪ], [ ɹˈiːfɪ], [ ɹ_ˈiː_f_ɪ]
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How to use "Reefy" in context?
When you're out in the cold and it starts to rain, you may feel a little icky. That's because you're reefy! In fact, you may even say, "I can't wait for the reefy to start." What does that mean, and why is it such a fun word to say?
Reefy is an English word that means "riding in the rain." The word comes from the Old Norse word verfi, which means "to ride." The suffix -fy means "like." So, reefy means "like riding in the rain.
Homophones for Reefy:
- rebuff, rube, raphe, rupee, rave, roof, rophy, revivify, rub off, Rabi I, RPA-ABB, rive, rev, raf, Rabi Ii, reave, rabbi, reeve, rife, rip, riff, rob, rope off, rorippa, rib, rubia, rarify, rbi, rf, ripe, rope, ruff, rhaphe, rip up, raffia, reef, rave-up, rip off, ropeway, rep, rap, repp, Roofy, reb, review, rarefy, raphia, RUF, rope up, ropy, rubify, r.v., roar off, rupiah, rb, rip-off, rappee, rub, rub up, rape, revive, rev up, rv, ruby, ref, reap, reify, revue, rove, repay, robe, ropey.
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