tof|fee «TF ee, TOF-», noun, plural -fees.
a hard, chewy candy; taffy.
[variant of taffy]

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  • fee — cof·fee; dur·fee; en·fee·ble; en·fee·ble·ment; en·fee·bler; fee; fee·ble·ness; fee·bling; fee·blish; fee·bly; fee·less; fee·ry fa·ry; kaf·fee·klatsch; ram·fee·zled; tof·fee; fee·ble; etouf·fee; fee·ble·mind·ed·ly; fee·ble·mind·ed·ness; raf·fee; …   English syllables

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