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reef v. to use (excessive) force, especially when hitting, pulling, or twisting (on something). Editorial Note: Jonathon Green’s Cassell’s Dictionary of Slang has a related definition, “to gouge out, to attack, to remove forcibly” and...

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reef  v.— «Babe Zaharias is a dark brown filly with a pauper’s life-time earnings. She stood in box No.76 reefing at the leads that held her head up and away from the straw.» —“Bold Ha Ha fails champion test” by Patrick...

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 v.— «I got my first grey hair yesterday. It was reefed without mercy from its root.» —“It’s time I was put out to greys” by Nicola Tallant Mirror Oct. 11, 1996. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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reef  v.— «I failed to understand it a bit later, when I hooked the bottom of the lake. To me, reefing and reefing and reefing on my Very Expensive graphite rod was fairly serious business. To her, it was a good belly laugh. Especially...

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reef  v.— «Son of Briartic started cranking his head sideways during the stretch run. “All those people were there.…But I was reefing on him. He responded well.”» —“It was all hollering and hoots for...

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reef  v.— «I barely had time to begin gathering line before it tail-danced toward a deep hole. The bass chugged down, but I reefed it back up.» —“One good turn deserves another” by Bob Rife Globe and...

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