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hogwash

1. n. bad food or drink. This stuff is hogwash. Take it away.
2. n. nonsense. Hogwash! That’s about enough of your lies!
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THAT'S ODD: Alice Pegrum, Cara Gourd, Pippa Church and Kurt Stewart Booth, of the Hogwash Theatre Company
At Mariental, on 21 March, we heard many more of the old promises, hogwash and even plain bull.
You've seen it on the news: All this hogwash from the administration about how guns sold in American shops are destabilizing the government of Mexico.
A legal dispute over Hogwash Cleaning Solution's logo nearly derailed the launch of Scott Rackley's new business.
He argues with me that cases linked with cancer are nothing but hogwash and often blabbers that brouhaha about passive smoking is a load of nonsense.
My time in law enforcement, the military, intelligence operations and private security makes me a fairly knowledgeable reader, and much of what the old-timers are writing is absolute hogwash.
Most people might think this is a minor point, but it does burn me up to see such hogwash put out there in a movie review by someone who obviously knows little about film history.
After all, even some racing professionals, who really should know better, aren't above wallowing in sentimental hogwash now and again, like the trainers who frequently declare, after their charges have finally won that elusive big race: "I'm so happy for the horse
Neither does glossing over nuclear power issues by calling them hogwash and claptrap.
Let me simply say, the critic's comments are hogwash.
Some Emmerdale beasts turning Carwash into Hogwash.
Although it is not above allowing its lighter-headed advocates to indulge in rhetorical backfilling, wholesale rewriting of history and the drawing of credulity-straining connections (Iraq, the Palestinians, Lebanon, Syria, Ukraine, Georgia, and Kyrgyzstan; Libya was once on the list but now we are not so sure), top-decision-makers act, for purposes of practical policy, as if they know all this is hogwash.
Bah, hogwash," said the President, and the old ghost disappeared--only to be replaced by a middle-aged-appearing specter who called out heartily, "Mr.
I wish non-golfers would stop buying into this hogwash.