Etymology
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spiff (v.)

"make neat or spruce," 1877 (with up or out), probably from spiffy (q.v.). Spiffing "excellent" was very popular in 1870s slang.

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Definitions of spiff

spiff (n.)
attractiveness in appearance or dress or manner;
he gets by largely on pure spiff
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