bluh


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bluh

interjection An expression of displeasure, dissatisfaction, dejection, etc. A variant of "blah." A: "I heard we're going to be reading Shakespeare this week in English Lit." B: "Bluh. I hate those plays—they're so boring!"

bluh, bluh, bluh

interjection A phrase used to represent or dismiss unsurprising or boring statements. A variant of "blah, blah, blah." Why was that meeting three hours long? This quarter's numbers, our marketing goals, bluh, bluh, bluh—that seriously could have been condensed into 20 minutes! Oh, my mom and dad are fine, bluh, bluh, bluh. Just the usual stuff going on at home.
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bluh

n. a buddy; a blood (sense 2). (Streets.) Yo, ma bluh!
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