. adj. des deux genres
Vieux mot emprunté de l'italien, pour signifier, Mal fait, malbâti, grossier, maladroit. Cet homme-là est goffe. Voilà une architecture bien goffe. Une statue bien goffe. Un habit goffe. Il est familier.

L'Academie francaise. 1835.

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