The Collaborative International Dictionary
Buffle \Buf"fle\, n. [OE., from F. buffle. See Buffalo.]
The buffalo. [Obs.]
--Sir T. Herbert.
Buffle \Buf"fle\, v. i.
To puzzle; to be at a loss. [Obs.]
n. (context obsolete English) A buffalo. vb. (context obsolete intransitive English) To puzzle; to be at a loss.
Usage examples of "buffle".
Buffle's articled young gentleman, that it WAS whispered that Miss Buffle would go either into a consumption or a convent she being so very thin and off her appetite and two closeshaved gentlemen with white bands round their necks peeping round the corner whenever she went out in waistcoats resembling black pinafores.