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  • Malarkey — may refer to: Donald Malarkey (born 1921), an American soldier who fought in World War II Gary Malarkey (born 1953), a former Australian rules footballer John Malarkey (1872 1949), an American baseball pitcher, mainly with the Washington Senators …   Wikipedia

  • malarkey — also malarky, lies and exaggerations, 1924, Amer.Eng., of unknown origin. It also is a surname …   Etymology dictionary

  • malarkey — ► NOUN informal ▪ nonsense. ORIGIN of unknown origin …   English terms dictionary

  • malarkey — ☆ malarkey or malarky [mə lär′kē ] n. [< ?] Slang insincere, meaningless, or deliberately misleading talk; nonsense …   English World dictionary

  • malarkey — ma|lar|key [məˈla:ki US ˈla:r ] n [U] [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: Perhaps from the family name Malarkey] informal things which you think are silly or untrue = ↑nonsense ▪ I m not interested in all this scientific malarkey. ▪ You don t believe in… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • malarkey — n. (slang) nonsense (just) plain; pure, sheer malarkey * * * [mə lɑːkɪ] pure sheer malarkey (slang) [ nonsense ] (just) plain …   Combinatory dictionary

  • malarkey — /meuh lahr kee/, n. Informal. speech or writing designed to obscure, mislead, or impress; bunkum: The claims were just a lot of malarkey. Also, malarky. [1925 30, Amer.; orig. uncert.] * * * …   Universalium

  • malarkey — noun (mass/uncountable) Nonsense; rubbish. I decided it was a bunch of malarkey and stopped reading about halfway through …   Wiktionary

  • Malarkey — Recorded in many spellings including O Mullarkey, Mullarkey, Malarkey, Mollarkey, Earc, and even Herrick, this is a famous Irish surname. It is perhaps surprisingly, a surname of religious origins, the first nameholder being a follower or devotee …   Surnames reference

  • malarkey — n Nonsense. He said he aced the chem exam. What malarkey! 1930s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

  • malarkey — See a bunch of malarkey …   English idioms

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