Top Definition
buft (v):

a) to joust verbally in matters of obscurity (esp. of a fiscal nature);

b) to obfuscate reality and/or comprehension by means of long-winded and otiose explanation of matters of limited relevance;

c) to grind down a subject, or mill finely (esp. of the sanity of the buftee)

origin/usage (arch): per Samuel Johnson "Arguing with a bufter is like fitting wheels to a tomato: time-consuming and completely pointless"
passive form (of the buftee): to be bufted:"John Smith bufted me into touch"
by chodsifter February 11, 2014

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