horseshit
noun Date: 1923 usually vulgar nonsense, bunk

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • horseshit — n. A ludicrously false statement. [Vulgar slang] Syn: bullshit, bull, Irish bull, shit, crap, bunk, bunkum, buncombe, guff, rot, hogwash, dogshit. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • horseshit — [hôrs′shit΄, hôr′shit΄] [Vulgar Slang] Vulgar Slang n. 1. horse excrement 2. foolish or exaggerated talk or behavior; nonsense interj. nonsense …   English World dictionary

  • horseshit — 1. n. the dung of the horse. (Usually objectionable.) □ After the parade, the street was littered with horseshit. 2. n. nonsense; bullshit. (Usually objectionable.) □ I’ve heard enough of your horseshit! □ That’s just a lot of horseshit! …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • horseshit — noun a) Serious harassment or abuse. That scumbag dumped a whole carload of horseshit over his associates. b) Blatant nonsense, more likely stemming from ignorance than any intent to deceive. Dont you realize thats horseshit? …   Wiktionary

  • horseshit — n American nonsense, foolish or empty talk. A popu lar term in the USA where it is similar in meaning to bullshit, with perhaps the suggestion that horseshit is more trans parently ludicrous or frivolous. The Brit ish apparently still view the… …   Contemporary slang

  • horseshit — AmE taboo nonsense bullshit: That s total horseshit! …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • horseshit — n. nonsense; rubbish; foolish talk or ideas. Don t give me any horseshit …   English slang

  • horseshit — /hawrs shit , hawrsh /, Slang (vulgar). n. 1. nonsense, lies, or exaggeration. 2. tedious, annoying, or unreasonable chores, demands, regulations, or the like. interj. 3. (used to express disbelief, incredulity, etc.) [HORSE + SHIT] * * * …   Universalium

  • Horseshit — nonsense; rubbish; bullshit …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • horseshit — Australian Slang nonsense; rubbish; bullshit …   English dialects glossary

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