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- n. Alternative form of rubbish.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Rubbish.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete or dialectal form of rubbish.
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"And ain't you had nothing but that kind of rubbage to eat?"
“And ain’t you had nothing but that kind of rubbage to eat?”
Overall, with the Roxy albums, we had a good hit rate, and sixty-five percent of it was really good, and the rest is average going down to rubbage.
Early on in your career, people are going to tell you that you're rubbage, and you have to believe that you're not, even if you are.
You have got pallets, Dumpsters, all kinds of trash, all kinds of rubbage, glass, all sorts of things.
How come NO concrete floor pieces, metal filing cabinet pieces, and plastic wastebasket pieces were found in the rubbage, when there should have been TONS of that stuff?
It makes me feel ridiculous to think I was soft enough to BELIEVE that rubbage.
Then Tom marked out them things on it with the nail, and set Jim to work on them, with the nail for a chisel and an iron bolt from the rubbage in the lean-to for a hammer, and told him to work till the rest of his candle quit on him, and then he could go to bed, and hide the grindstone under his straw tick and sleep on it.
Well, the funeral sermon was very good, but pison long and tiresome; and then the king he shoved in and got off some of his usual rubbage, and at last the job was through, and the undertaker begun to sneak up on the coffin with his screw-driver.
We found a brass button in his stomach and a round ball, and lots of rubbage.