poo-poo

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poo-poo

1. noun An outright dismissal of some argument as being unworthy of consideration or debate. My idea could save the company millions, but I'm still expecting a poo-poo from the board of directors because of how radical it is.
2. verb To dismiss something outright, without any due consideration or debate. Don't poo-poo her idea before she's had the chance to explain the ins and outs of it! He's always poo-pooing his assistant's ideas.
3. noun, childish slang Feces. Please don't touch that diaper, it's full of your sister's poo-poo!
4. verb, childish slang To defecate. Our son came running in from the playroom to tell us he needed to poo-poo. Mommy, Daddy, I poo-pooed in my bed.

poo-poo

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See poo

poo-poo

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Guns N' Roses poo-pooed portable loos, requesting proper porcelain lavatories backstage at Download festival, and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un brought his own bog to Singapore for his meeting with US President Donald Trump.
Being awkward I poo-pooed his sightings and suggested that it was rare for two robins to be seen together outside the breeding season, but I now admit I was probably wrong.
PROTESTS at Amanda Holden's sexy semi-final outfits have been poo-pooed by fellow judge Simon Cowell.
"When I told him what we were doing he poo-pooed it," Phil said.
A spokesperson for the development, which overlooks the lower Manhattan skyline, has poo-pooed the rumor, but let's be honest, butter beans, would anyone expect a PR person to confirm a purchase by the super-rich A-listers?
Summer jump racing is often poo-pooed by those who should know better, and while it figures quite a way down the food chain, it is still on the food chain.
At first I poo-pooed her suggestion but in the end relented and, after careful consideration of the numbers (which obviously involved figures relating to birds), I bought a ticket which proved successful.
On the other hand, while Al Gore's Current TV cable and satellite channel was poo-pooed because it only made $24 million in profit, The Huffington Post was praised despite losing money.
"He's a warrior though, so he poo-pooed the suggestion he should come off with 20 minutes left.
More recently, the Massachusetts Animal Coalition (MAC) poo-pooed the misconception that small dogs make better apartment dwellers.
The girls have poo-pooed the notion and as well as going on their biggest tour to date in December, including a stop-off at the SECC, they will continue working next year with baby Saturday.
But he still poo-pooed suggestions that health minister Edwina Hart would be prepared to have Ieuan Wyn in a Labour coalition cabinet.
Church leaders, including the Archbishop of Birmingham, Vincent Nichols, have poo-pooed the book but no one, as far as I am aware, has been lynched, firebombed or had the remains of their granny dug up.
I know the scholars and curators would have poo-pooed my red eyes.
But instead of praising that and vowing to follow the Chinese example, Bohunt's headmaster Neil Strowger poo-pooed the stricter regime and the longer working day, saying: "It sounds like prison to me.