Definition of 'malarkey'
Example sentences containing 'malarkey'
`No. They'd have been publicly accused, and they weren't, so I guess the whole thing was just another load of media malarkey.LOADED QUESTIONS (2002) BEHINDLINGS (2002)
"Listen," he said, stopping abruptly, "I'm trying to be as polite as I can, but my patience for this malarkey is long gone.ANGELS EVERYWHERE (2002)
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