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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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Double hogwash," said the President, and the crestfallen ghost faded from view.
I wish non-golfers would stop buying into this hogwash.
V M Jones took home the junior fiction award for the second year in a row for 'Juggling With Mandarins' and the Children's Choice award went to 'Oh Hogwash, Sweet Pea
The plot is convoluted, funny, fast--and names like Hogwash, Hermine Cringer, Lon Measley, Halfwit, Alpo Bumblebore, Muddle, Uncle Serious, Valumart, and Severe Snipe will soon become as familiar as the originals.
All this negativity about profits, growth rates, and P/E ratios is a load of hogwash.
Schoenbrod shows that this purportedly pragmatic argument is in fact ideological hogwash.
Besides, to my way of thinking, tree sapping is a victimless crime--in spite of my wife's appraisal that such hogwash comes from a "semi-criminal mind.
Harare, Apr 11 ( ANI ): The Zimbabwe government has dismissed reports suggesting that President Robert Mugabe is fighting for his life in a Singapore hospital with an undisclosed illness, calling them 'malicious' hogwash.
If you buy into the hogwash of the divine right of kings, then you should also buy into the fact that insignificant trolls like us have no right to question such a system.
But it was absolute hogwash to even suggest that the older Neville would finish his career playing on Merseyside; you can imagine the reaction it received in one particular household.
The theory is hogwash, it's ridiculous, it's just nonsense.
You can't move on the internet for sites about the supernatural, but if the prospect of ghosts, ghouls and gods sounds like hogwash, head for the-brights.
As for the "sin" of having too much money--what hogwash.
The whitewash that it would be too expensive to reclaim these monies is hogwash.