Definition of Staffie in US English:

Staffie

noun

British
informal
  • A Staffordshire bull terrier.

    ‘they had two basset hounds and a Staffie’
    as modifier ‘a litter of seven Staffie pups’
    • ‘The waggliest tail belongs to an English Bull Terrier, with a Staffie as runner up.’
    • ‘The number of Staffies in rescue centres is heartbreaking.’
    • ‘I took my old Staffie to the vet yesterday.’
    • ‘I have spotted an ad in our local newsagents this morning for a litter of 10 Staffie puppies for sale.’
    • ‘The Staffie was shivering terribly.’
    • ‘My cat will only come near myself, my son, or my Staffie.’
    • ‘I have a seven year old Staffie who thinks he's a cat.’
    • ‘Life with a Staffie is more than just playing games, they are truly a companion.’
    • ‘I actually wanted a Staffie since I figured they would be a good size for the inner city.’
    • ‘I like to go for a walk through a quiet suburb, with my feisty and loyal Staffie on a leash.’

Pronunciation

Staffie

/ˈstafē/