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Verb: goof off
Usage: informal
  1. Spend time not doing much; fool around
    - goof [informal]
Noun: goof-off  goof óf
Usage: N. Amer, informal
  1. An idle worthless person
    - goldbrick [N. Amer, informal], ne'er-do-well, good-for-nothing, no-account [N. Amer], good-for-nought

Derived forms: goof-offs, goofed off, goofing off, goofs off

Type of: bum [N. Amer, informal], deadbeat [informal], do-nothing [informal], idler, layabout [informal], loafer, shirker [informal], slacker [informal]

Encyclopedia: Goof off