balderdash

[n] - trivial nonsense
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Balderdash

Bal'der·dash noun [ Of uncertain origin: confer Danish balder noise, clatter, and English dash ; hence, perhaps, unmeaning noise, then hodgepodge, mixture; or W. baldorduss a prattling, baldordd , baldorddi , to prattle.] 1. A worthless mixture, especially o...
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Balderdash

Bal'der·dash transitive verb To mix or adulterate, as liquors. « The wine merchants of Nice brew and balderdash , and even mix it with pigeon's dung and quicklime. Smollett. »
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balderdash

fiddle-faddle noun trivial nonsense
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Balderdash

• (n.) A worthless mixture, especially of liquors. • (v. t.) To mix or adulterate, as liquors. • (n.) Senseless jargon; ribaldry; nonsense; trash.
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Balderdash

[disambiguation] Balderdash is senseless talk or writing; nonsense, bunk, piffle, poppycock or twaddle (origin: pre-1750). Balderdash may also refer to: ...
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Balderdash

Balderdash is slang for nonsense.
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Balderdash

Balderdash is slang for nonsense.
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Balderdash

[game show] Balderdash is an American television panel game show that aired on PAX TV from August 2, 2004 to February 4, 2005 with repeats airing until April 22. It was hosted by Elayne Boosler and announced by John Moschitta. The game was based on the board game of the same name. ==Gameplay== ===Main game=== Two contestants competed over t...
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Balderdash

Balderdash is a board game of bluffing and trivia created by Laura Robinson and Paul Toyne. The game was first released in 1984, under Canada Games. It was later picked up by a U.S company, The Games Gang, and eventually became the property of Hasbro, and finally Mattel. The game is based on a classic parlor game called Fictionary. The game has so...
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balderdash

nonsense; a jumble of words
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