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malarkey

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmalarkeyma‧lar‧key /məˈlɑːki $ -ˈlɑːr-/ noun [uncountable]  informalUNTRUE things which you think are silly or untrue syn nonsense I’m not interested in all this scientific malarkey. You don’t believe in ghosts and all that malarkey, do you?
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malarkeyA lot of malarkey, Mr Blakey had considered; clergymen on television looking for publicity.Serious scientists say that's malarkey.Now never mind ghosts and all that malarkey.The history of antipathy between the countries goes back to the malarkey in a one-day international in Adelaide two years ago.and all that malarkeyNow never mind ghosts and all that malarkey.
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