from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Refuse; garbage.
- n. Worthless material.
- n. Foolish discourse; nonsense.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Exceedingly bad; awful; terrible; crappy.
- interj. Expresses that something is exceedingly bad, terrible or awful.
- interj. Expresses that what was recently said is untruth or nonsense.
- n. Garbage, junk, refuse, waste.
- n. Nonsense.
- v. To denounce, to criticise, to denigrate, to disparage.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Waste or rejected matter; anything worthless; valueless stuff; trash; especially, fragments of building materials or fallen buildings; ruins; débris.
- adj. Of or pertaining to rubbish; of the quality of rubbish; trashy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Waste, broken, or worn-out material; useless fragments or remains collectively, especially of stone; refuse in general.
- n. Any useless or worthless stuff; that which serves no good purpose, or is fit only to be thrown away; trash; trumpery; litter: used of both material and immaterial things.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. worthless material that is to be disposed of
- v. attack strongly
- n. nonsensical talk or writing
I wouldn't care so much except that in the eyes of many this rubbish is the supposed figurehead of all forward-thinking science fiction, and that is patently false.
And that which you call rubbish seems to have caught the ear of all Europe.
Yes, I did take some what you call rubbish, and did discover Maister Mishdigoat's own monumentsh --- It's like dat he meant I should be his heirs --- so it would not be civility in me not to come mineself for mine inheritance. ''
I have bought what happened to come in my way at show or auction; I have retained what came in as part of the _undescribed_ portion of miscellaneous auction lots; I have received a few from friends who found them among what they called their rubbish; and I have preserved books sent to me for review.
Yes, I did take some what you call rubbish, and did discover Maister Mishdigoat's own monumentsh --
Yes, I did take some what you call rubbish, and did discover
The Mail reports that: Millions of voters are to be deprived of their say over how their rubbish is collected.
Robo calls of rubbish from a bitter old robber baron.
Arguing that Stephenie Meyer and Laurel K Hamilton are rubbish is like kicing puppies.
Biodegradable rubbish is burned to facilitate quick disintegration.